Team 3467 2013 Season Wrap Video

Team 3467 would like to share our 2013 Ultimate Ascent season wrap video with you all!

Our team is incredibly proud of our 2013 season/robot and would like to thank our students, mentors, coaches, parents, sponsors, and school district for their amazing support and work during our 2013 season!

We would also like to thank the amazing teams we have had the opportunity to work with including our elimination alliance partners: 2791 & 78, 2648 & 2386, 379 & 365, 195 & 663, and 2648, 33 & 4265!

It has been a phenomenal season and we wish you all the best in 2014! :slight_smile:

Congrats on your awesome season guys and great video! We loved working with you at Pine Tree and IRI, your climber still wows me to this day. I look forward to the day we can be on the same side of the glass again. See you at RR!

Awesome video guys and an even better robot! I honestly can’t wait to see what you guys are gonna build next year!! It was great seeing/working with you guys at BattleCry and IRI, I hope we get the chance to do it again next year!

This was my favourite robot of the year. The simple yet ridiculously quick 30 point climber was a work of art. It was also one of the few working climbers week 1 (even thought that’s all you had :rolleyes: ).

I agree with Gregor, I really like your 3 point climb. I was at IRI and had the pleasure of seeing the robot climb as well as the mistake during the alliance selection. :smiley:

Thanks for the compliments guys! Justin and Damiaen our team has had a blast working with your teams this year and it was so neat that we all went to IRI in the same year! Really excited to see what 2014 brings to New England in districts but I’m looking forward to the DCMP!

The autonomous climber probably goes down as one of those crazy mechanisms that really pushed our team beyond what I think any of us thought was possible but at the end of the day it is extremely simple and amazingly executed! A huge congratulations has to go to our current freshman (he was in middle school last year) who led the design and our programmer/driver who spent so much time throughout the season debugging, testing, iterating, and re-writing the code for the autonomous climb routine! I am still amazed at how it went from being a 55 second climb at our first event to a 20 second, and finally a 15 second climb all through code. Love iterations!