Carousel Wiring Entanglement

So here’s the problem, how do you prevent wire entanglement on electronics that are mounted on a lazy Susan? The problem being that over rotations, the wires, no matter where placed, will eventually entangle due to the circular motion and the wires reaching the same place they originally were through a rotation. This problem seems to have been solved before as seen with lights and other things mounted on modern day carousels, so I am wondering what the solution would be.

Limit your rotation to some value less than 360 degrees. Otherwise, go with slip rings.

Slip rings are to be avoided where possible.

Run your wires via the center of the rotating circle. Just leave considerable slack so the wires don’t twist excessively, and limit how many times you can turn the circle before having to turn the other way. 360 degrees either direction is not at all difficult.