Videos From Our Team

Cool promo video featuring team 1334 produced by Desire2Learn


Our 2015 Chairman's video submission. We would like to say thank you to everyone who has helped us reach our goals over the years. We couldn't have done it without you.


Uploaded by FRC Team 1334 on 2014-01-15.

Promotional video for Team 1334 & the FIRST Robotics challenge: Ultimate Ascent


KASSANDRA's release video for the 2014 FRC Challenge, Aerial Assist. Remember, go big or go home. Kinetically Articulating Sling Shot Assisted by Newton Driven Rapid Accelerators.


This video explains how and why we use SolidWorks on our team. Credit to Awolnation for Sail (song).

A re-edit of our Innovation Nation video, with awesome music. Credit to APM Dubstep Allstars for the Man of Steel Music.

This is a video from the game Ultimate Ascent. It also explains who we are and why we do what we do.

For more videos from our team, visit our YouTube Channel

Videos From FIRST

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) brings together coaches, industry mentors, and volunteers to help students build robots with the goal of sparking their continued interest in science and technology. GitHub is proud to be a FIRST sponsor, and we recently got the chance to document some of the robotics awesomeness at the 2014 FIRST World Championships.


A 50 - second Public Service Announcement for FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) - An organization that sponsors a fast-paced robotics competition where high school students work with professional engineers and other mentoring adults to design, build and compete with complex robotic systems. FIRST involves students in science, technology, engineering and math in an exciting way.

FIRST robotics promotional video featuring Morgan Freeman. Produced by Paul Lazarus. Copyright 2011. White Dwarf Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple ProRes 720p. Total Running Time: 3:17.




FIRST Learning... never stops building upon itself, starting at age 6 and continuing through middle and high-school levels up to age 18. Young people can join at any level. Participants master skills and concepts to aid in learning science and technology through innovative projects and robotics competitions. " FIRST -- Science is Rock and Roll" SHARE this video with your friends to help get " FIRST: Science is Rock and Roll" back on TV again. #iamFIRSTtv let's get Science trending.