Category Archives: Hackathon

Return of the Finish-a-Thon

If you’ve been meaning to complete a project, or you have something put away somewhere that you’re going to finish someday – lucky you! That day is Saturday 15th December, from 10 in the morning until late.We’re opening up Tog for all-comers, hackers, makers, crafters, coders, whatever you have that could do with a finishing […]

That’s a wrap: fun, flicks and fleadh

Filmmaking is an art and craft with a rich history of can do creative making technology usage prop and set design and musical composition. Tog hosted  its first film hackathon in November – the Kino Kabaret.   We had 35 participants, many of who brought in their friends and family to serve as extras and […]

Changing the State of the Game – Literally

  Schedule is as follows: 1. Presentation: • Basic theory • Select tools • Select game (old classic), identify variables and control them • Automate 2. Challenge: • Identify different variable and control it. What will you need: • laptop • VM with Win OS guest (XP and above) Free tickets @ Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/changing-the-state-of-the-game-literally-tickets-32203226718

DIY Vacuum Former

Last month Tog hosted Science Hack Day Dublin. A weekend where 80 makers took over the space to build all sorts of projects. A group of Tog members got together to make a home made vacuum former. The idea came about while chatting on our IRC channel about what tools we should add next to […]

Science Hackday Dublin 2016

Science Hack Day Dublin is a 36 hour hardware and software hackathon. A social event with creativity and love of science at its heart.  Each year it brings together coders, designers, scientists, engineers and makers simply to make interesting things. Why? For adventure, for playfulness, for science!  The event takes place on the 19th & 20th November. This year we are […]

Duck Resistance is Futile

                    I decided to paint a row of ducks. It’s a work of art in progress. It has a definite meaning. The order of the colours should be a clue. Anyone like to guess what it is?