UNUSUAL PHOTOS MADE IN HIGH-VOLTAGE GLOW (Jul, 1934)

UNUSUAL PHOTOS MADE IN HIGH-VOLTAGE GLOW

By passing high voltage current through familiar objects, remarkable photographs of them have been taken in Germany. Coins, necklaces, and belt clasps, used in the experiment, glowed with fantastic radiance and the material was easily photographed in a darkened room. Voltages ranging from 100,000 to 150,000 were used in making the pictures but the objects were not damaged.

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  1. Repack Rider says: March 16, 20085:20 pm

    Interesting that this seems to be
    “Kirlian Photography,” but the references that I found say it was discovered in 1939.

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