Author Archives: tdr

Laser Cutting Pencil Jig

Last weekend a bunch of our members visited the annual BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition. It’s always great fun to walk around and to chat to all the students about their projects. It’s fantastic to see how Arduino’s and Raspberry Pi’s have just become tools for the students to carry out their project. Also at the […]

Secure Coding Workshop

  We are delighted to host Sean Duggan and a secure coding workshop using a the CTF framework Security Shepherd. This workshop is free and available for players of all skills. The workshop will include a presentation at the start, followed by a series of challenges to get through. Participants will require a laptop with WiFi and […]

We are at 33c3

Some of us have travel across the seas to visit the 33rd annual Chaos Communication Congress (33C3). It’s a four days of total hacker fun. Filled with talks, workshops and many a good time. If you are at Congress be sure to drop by the Irish Embassy and Tog Assembly. If you can’t make it along […]

Baubles

  We wanted to spreed a bit of cheer the season that’s in it. We decided to make some baubles. The fabulous Louise Nolan did up lovely design. We cut them all on our laser cutter and then with the help of all the craters, we have them ready to send to friends of Tog. If you […]

Projection Mapping with the Raspberry Pi Workshop

An introductory workshop where one could learn the possibilities and try out projection mapping with the Raspberry Pi. A full stack setup cycle demo will be presented. The following will be covered in a run-through manner. Burning an SD card Booting up and using ofxPiMapper Using openFrameworks on the Pi Creating custom generative source The […]

A Sign for Radiona

Last October, our own Jeffrey Roe visited Radiona, a makerspace in Zagreb,Croatia. While their he gave Skull Radio workshop and hung out in their space. As a thank you, we decided to make them a new sign for their door.  Taking a raster image from the Radiona website, we turned their logo into an SVG and made a sign. We went for […]