Category Archives: Arduino

What’s on in Tog in November: Too Many Events to list in a Header…

November This is what we will be up to in November: Lock Picking: Our lock picking get togethers are on every second Monday, the 12th and 26th November at 7pm. We provide the locks, the tools, and the know-how. Basic lock picking sets are available for purchase. Craft Night, CAD Night: Runs on alternate Wednesdays, […]

#BigDayIn #SnowDay3 #Liveblog

It may be snowing outside, and the Big Day Out was cancelled, but TOG has been featuring some of the technology and projects we work with over on our Twitter account. We have complied some of the resources here as well so it is easier to reference. Remember to ask us questions or share what […]

Project: Seven Segment Display and an Arduino Mega

Everyone has one in their house, a clock on your VCR you never set, a timer on your cooker or your microwave, a digital clock. The seven segments of LEDs that light up to form numbers are made up of Seven Segment Displays. There are all sorts of projects you might want to add these […]

Intel Galileo Board Donation

We have graciously received a donation from Intel Ireland of a number of Galileo boards. The Galileo is a microcontroller board with an Intel Quark at its heart. The board is hardware and software pin-compatible with the Arduino Uno. If you would like try try one out, drop by our electronic’s night every second Monday.

Project: Skull Radio Box

This blog post is written by our member Jeffrey Roe about his Skull Radio Box Project. The Skull Radio Box came out of the frustration demonstrating the bone conduction kits at the Big Day Out. The kits are great for workshops but in a show and tell type of stand they just are not user friendly. […]

Workshop: Moar LilyPad (Sensors and Actuators edition)

This is the second part of the LilyPad workshops. This one focuses on mastering more involed actuators, and learning to get data from the many sensor components. Basically, you’ll be able to get your project to respond to the world around it. Imho, this is what makes e-textiles and wearables so exciting. Content; This second […]