THE NEVADA LIGHTING LABORATORY - A PROPOSAL TO BUILD THE LARGEST POSSIBLE SOURCE OF DELIBERATELY GENERATED LIGHTING… San-Francisco, CA-based Greg Leyh works as a research and development engineer at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, and, in 1996, founded Lighting On Demand, a volunteer organization of engineers, artists, scientists and machinists dedicated to producing a controllable discharge of lightning at the greatest physical scale imaginable. From 1997 – 1998, he was the principal engineer for The Electrum Project and, in conjunction with sculptor Eric Orr, created the world’s largest existing Tesla Coil, now on a sculpture farm outside Auckland, New Zealand. At dorkbot, Greg will talk about his latest project: The Nevada Lighting Laboratory.

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