Nikola Tesla is considered to be the father of modern technological age and one of the most forgotten scientists in history.
How did this obscure genius from today’s Croatia, lay the foundation for modern communications and energy research?
Tesla contributed a lot to science and technology like the inventing the radio, television, radio astronomy, electronic robotics, radar, x-ray, and wireless transmission of electricity.
Most of Tesla’s creations are still thought of as too revolutionary by governments around the world the and the power brokers of a century ago are discussed throughout the documentary.
Encyclopaedia Britannica lists Nikola Tesla as one of the top ten most fascinating people in history. So why is this genius relatively unknown to the public?
Nikola Tesla – The Genius Who Lit the World examines the scientific genius who spent his entire life designing and developing technological innovations for the advancement of humanity.