Collection: Plasma Ball

Plasma balls, also known as plasma globes, spheres, or orbs, are captivating devices that combine science and art to create a mesmerizing visual display. First patented by Nikola Tesla in 1894, these devices have evolved significantly over the years. Plasma balls contain noble gases like neon, xenon, and krypton at low pressure, which emit colorful tendrils of light when excited by an electrode at the center. When touched, the static fields within respond to the conductivity of human skin, creating a dynamic dance of bright filaments that follow the movement.