“Genesis Series IV”
“Genesis Series IV”
This is the fourth series of our extremely popular “Genesis” globe. This new series will be outfitted with a brass plaque identifying the globe as “Genesis Series IV”.
The “Genesis” Plasma Globe features green plasma lightning with reddish-orange tips, emanating from a red electrode. At low power, reddish-orange circles appear on the center electrode with green spikes drifting outward from their centers. These vibrant spikes end with reddish-orange tips. As the power is increased, the spikes lengthen into multi-shaded tendrils that are green when they leave the red circle but gradually gain a light purple tinge before abruptly changing back to reddish-orange at the tips.
Still in the lower 1/3 of the power range these intensely-colored tendrils do a slow spidery dance. Increasing the power sends the tendrils out towards the globe wall and they become very energetic, creating large splashes of reddish energy as the electrons smash against the glass. At the highest power setting some of the green streamers change color to a vivid purplish white and add to the riot of color. At this point the globe effects are very fast paced and show distinct red, green, purple and white colors with many shades in between. A hand place on the globe surface will attract an intensely-white streamer from the center electrode that arcs across the finger tips highlighting each point of contact in a display of reddish white energy. This lightning like streamer is highly sustained and forms undulating white loops in the midst of the ongoing red, green and purple energy explosion. The overall effect is truly dramatic.
Important Note: All of the pictures and videos on our website were taken in near darkness. The descriptions of the effects are based on observations of the globes in the same near darkness. Just as the Northern Lights cannot be seen during the day, our globe’s effects are best viewed in a darkened environment. Increasing levels of ambient light will wash out the effect colors until they almost disappear under full sunlight.
Also, please be aware that no two plasma globes are exactly alike, and there may be slight variations in color and effect from globe to globe. We make every effort to photograph and present our globes as accurately as possible, but due to differences in the way that your computer screen displays colors, what you see on screen may differ to some degree from the actual plasma globe you receive.