Author Archives: tdr

Bubble Bird House at the Picnic

We are delighted to be invited to this year’s Electric Picnic, taking place this weekend. The new and improved Bubble Bird House will be spreading bubbles all over the Midfield area. Since the Dublin Mini Maker Faire, we have replaced the fans of the bird house with new more powerful ones. This should help the […]

Projects in the News

Our projects have been featured on many websites , newspapers and tv over the past few days. This is all in honor of the upcoming Dublin Mini Maker Faire.  Our Buzzer Gamer featured on Silicon Republic. The giant ARduino Started kit was showcased on Makezine. Our newest created the bubble bird house was expertly demoed […]

Dublin Mini Maker Faire: Open Week

We are very proud to be a supporting organization of this year’s Dublin Mini Maker Faire. We will have a stand at faire and our famous Learn to Solder area. In order to finish our projects and give other makers a chance to finish theirs we will be open every day to the public in the […]

OHM: Irish Embassy

    OHM 2013 “Observe, Hack, Make” This is a five day outdoor international camping conference, hosted every four years, for hackers, makers and those with an inquisitive mind. On 31st July 2013, 3000 of those minds will descend upon on an unassuming patch of land, at the Geestmerambacht festival grounds, 30km north of Amsterdam. […]

Learn to Solder Summer Festivals

We are bringing out famous ‘Learn to Solder’ area to a number of festivals this summer. Our fun packed area gives kids of all ages the chance to learn some basics electronics and soldering skills. As always we use partfusion‘s ( Irish Maker)  fabulous I can solder badge and we will have a few surprise […]

Data 59.0 Short Talks Hardware Hacking

Date: Thursday, June 27, 2013 – 18:00 to 19:30 Location: Science Gallery Cafe Admission: Free Tickets: pre booking advised We are delighted to be invited to speak at the upcoming Data 59.0 event.  A night full of interesting talks on hardware hacking, hackers and hackerspaces.  Original post from Data continues below.