Three genius inventors, Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla and George Westinghouse, fought at the end of the nineteenth century in the so-called Current War, in which everyone promoted their vision of the electrical system.
Continuous current or alternating current? Who gave history to history? and which of the currents would become the standard?
Imposing one technology at the expense of another. Who will light the way of mankind to the twentieth century? The well-known US inventor Thomas Halva Edison, who owned over 100 patents (including the incandescent electric bulb), or Serbian engineer and mathematician Nikola Tesla, whose ideas about the AC induction motor (without brushes and switch) were smelly ironic ever since studying at the Polytechnic in Graz?