Category Archives: Calendar Event

2011-04-17 Easter is coming!

Easter is coming up, and so is a really nice Easter workshop in TOG. As some of you know, I moved to Austria two months ago. Since I’m coming for a visit next week, I decided to bring lots of nice things with me, to show you how we decorate for Easter back in Austria […]

Shamrock soldering workshop

In this Paddy’s Day themed workshop participants will be shown the steps involved in etching a PCB, basic surface mount soldering and will have a choice of Shamrock kits to assemble. 40 LED Shamrock – €12 Members, €14 Student/Unwaged, €16 General Public 68 LED Shamrock – €24 Members, €28 Student/Unwaged, €32 General Public LED Shamrock […]

LED Dot Matrix Display Workshop

Workshop Description: During this workshop you will assemble your own Red/Green 8×8 Dot Matrix Display. Starting with a quick introduction into how the display operates and leading on to an overview of how to convert a circuit into a physical device. You will then use strip board construction techniques to assemble the display. Only basic […]

Soldering Workshop

Workshop Description: This hands on workshop will cover various aspects of soldering; from the basic techniques of soldering, to soldering electronic components to make simple circuits. Participants will learn how to solder and finish off the workshop with a kit they can bring home. Check out some photos from previous workshops in our gallery. Cost: […]

Geodesic domes and IPv6

We’ve arranged two diverse and interesting talks for our social night during Engineers Week on the evening of Thursday 17th from 7pm. The first talk will be from Charlie who will be talking about geodesic domes and how to build them in Ireland. Title: Triangles all the way down Subtitle: How to build a large, […]

Arduino 101 – Learn to Blink

Tutorial Description: This is a friendly introductory tutorial  to programming for the Arduino platform micro-controllers.  Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software.  It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety […]