Category Archives: Workshops/Events

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 […]

November Open Social….with a twist!

By now, you’ll probably know that we hold a regular Open Social evening on a Saturday in the middle of each month. November will be no different. We’ll be doing it on Saturday 19th November. This month however, there’ll be a bit of a twist! We’ll also be hosting Science Hackday Dublin that weekend, so […]

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 […]

Birthday Celebration For Tog Hackerspace DAC

  This time of year is important for us. It marks one year since we made the big move from Chancery Lane to Blackpitts, and the formation of our new TOG Hackerspace DAC. So we’re having a bit of a celebration…… outside the space for a change. Join us upstairs in the Long Stone pub […]

Night of Talks, Undersea and Space Thursday 17th of November

As part of Science week, TOG will be having some events We are privileged to be having a talk by Doctor Marc Ó Gríofa about his work with NASA, training astronauts in extreme environments simulating life on Mars and zero gravity on the International Space Station. Marc is a Physician, Scientist & Engineer along with […]

Coder Girl Hack Day

We had a great time at Coder Girl Hack Day on Saturday. The girls assembled shadow boxes from laser cut plywood. They got to decorate them and install some LED lights that they soldered together with 9v battery and resistor. The boxes worked great and the girls got to take them home too.