Elon Musk has been labeled as somewhat of a real-life Tony Stark. He's founded future-facing companies like Tesla Motors and SpaceX, and seems genuinely dedicated to help humanity with advanced technology. Now, he's set his eyes on Mars, and he's thinking big.
I'd just taken over as Tesla's PR guy and had been contacted by old friends at Microsoft Game Studios about including the Tesla Roadster in Project Gotham Racing 4. Darryl Siry, my boss, took me into Martin Eberhard's (Tesla's Co-founder/then CEO) office to broach the topic. That's when it went very wrong.
Sometimes called the Zeusaphone, a Tesla coil's musical application is well known and long admired. We've heard it with the Super Mario Bros. theme, now admire a high voltage performance of The Legend of Zelda's title theme by Tesla Orchestra, a group of coilers from the Case Western Reserve University student and…
You might have seen them in other rhythm games, but Queensrÿche, Tesla, Neil Young, and eight other artists are making their Guitar Hero debut in Warriors of Rock this fall.
Today ends our weeklong Chain Interview, with EA's chief defending his choice in cars and Nintendo's president in the U.S. asking you a question.