fischertechnik on YouTube
You will literally find over 500 fischertechnik videos on YouTube. Simply visit YouTube.com and enter fischertechnik as your search. You will find hundreds of videos of various projects and models developed with fischertechnik. Below are just a few selected videos which may be of interest to you.
fischertechnik Official Product Video
fischertechnik Mega Coaster Model
Here is a terrific video from Christian Knobloch at Knobloch Electronics, which was shot at the 2010 fischertechnik Convention in Germany, showing the utterly jaw-dropping Firestorm Mega Coaster Onride. The coaster is, of course, constructed from thousands of fischertechnik parts.
fischertechnik Factory Project
This is a video of a PLTW Engineering project a class worked on in 2008. The model shown is 10 feet long and required 4 computers to operate. All in all, it took the students about a month to build and debug this model.
The robot can solve a randomly scrambled "standard" 3x3 Rubic's Cube, just using fischertechnik components. Standalone mode (no PC connected!) is also possible. The first minute of color-scanning ...
This video shows the operation of a model built using fischertechnik. The model is an elevator with 4 levels, automatic sliding doors and safety light barriers.
This engine was built to drive a gearbox. The switches operate solenoid valves that feed the next cylinder along.
This is our Computer Engineering Manufacturing (CIM) class's Simulated Manufacturing System, made from Fischertechnik.
Bill's Creations - various starter projects for fischertechnik
A Fischertechnik elevator is used to automate a Skyrail marble track.
This video shows a partial production plant simulation