Category Archives: Workshops/Events

Science Hackday Dublin

We are hosting Science Hack Day. A 36 hr hardware and software hackathon. Ireland’s first public hackathon it has been run by plucky volunteers since 2012. A social event with creativity and love of science at its heart. Each year we bring together, designers, coders, scientists, engineers and makers. Simply to make interesting things. Why? […]

Dublin Smartphone Film Festival Challenge

Back in January, we hosted a workshop for Dublin SmartPhone Festival. Participants each made a one minute short. Check out the compilation below.

CryptoParty – Learn about online safety and security for free

TOG is hosting a CryptoParty on Saturday, 15th February at 6pm. The event is free and open to the public. CryptoParty is a decentralized movement with events happening all over the world. The goal is to pass on knowledge about protecting yourself in the digital space. This can include encrypted communication, preventing being tracked while […]

Dublin Inquirer – In Blackpitts, Dubliners are Invited to Build Their Own Air-Pollution Sensors

Our own Jeffrey Roe was interviewed about our upcoming air quality sensor workshop next month. Check out a snippet of the story below and read the full interview on Dublin Inquirer. In the common room of the TOG Hackerspace in Blackpitts, Jeffrey Roe opens an app on his phone. A line on a graph on […]

1-minute movie challenge/phone film workshop

DUBLIN SMARTPHONE FILM FESTIVAL -SMARTPHONE FILMMAKING CHALLENGE https://www.dublinsmartphonefilmfestival.com/ Calling all SMARTPHONE FILMMAKERS. The Dublin Smartphone Film Festival in association with TOG invite you to join us on Saturday the 25th for a Smartphone Filmmaking challenge. This one-day event will take place on the day of the festival. Filmmakers are invited to the TOG HACKERSPACE venue […]

Air Quality Sensor Kit Workshop

Air pollution affects many people’s daily lives not just close to industrial centres. Most governmental monitoring is only done with a very limited number of sensors. Often times we are relying on modelling to make the best guess at current levels. This can miss out on local pollution sources or seasonally (coal fires during the […]