Tag Archives: Workshops/Events

Squishy Circuits Workshop

Tog will be hosting a Squishy Circuits workshop on Saturday 2nd of July, taught by Tríona O’Connell. Squishy circuits are a great way to demonstrate electrical circuits to kids (and adults!).  It consists of a conductive dough and an insulating dough that are used in the building of circuits, along with batteries and more usual […]

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 […]

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: […]

Pretty and Bright – DIY Christmas Ornaments

This workshop is for the creative ones among you! The use of scissors, glue and a soldering iron should not scare you, and the eagerness to try new things should be your second nature. We will be working with paper, glitter pens, LED lights, resistors, wires and plastic spheres. The fun will last the whole […]

Building it!

During this day-long workshop, you will be walked through the process of designing an interactive electronic device: from an initial idea right through to the working device. We will start off with a presentation covering the whole design process. Next we will demonstrate the necessary steps and tools in more detail. And last but not […]

Workshop mentioned in the Irish Times

It’s always nice to get retweeted on Twitter, we get a strange thrill from seeing the stats from the website, and we absolutely love chatting to people in IRC. But nothing really beats getting mentioned in the national press. A couple of days ago we were mentioned in an article by John Holden, of the […]