Here ya go! Google Glass bringing up the DX Cluster on the display and showing the last 5 spots. Remote control of an Elecraft KX3 with hand gestures and more. A true mix of technology. Not sure if I’d want to control my KX3 that way, and I don’t see hand gestures replacing my paddles but this guy may just bring a bunch of products to market someday.
In 2014 the ARRL is celebrating 100 years of the Science of Radio. In 1914 the ARRL was founded as the national organization for Amateur Radio. Now, with more than 160,000 members the ARRL is the largest organization of radio amateurs worldwide.
Join the Centennial Celebration in Hartford, CT from July 17th to July 19th which will host Forums, exhibits, a flea market, keynotes and more. To find out more about the Centennial Celebration go here.
The ARRL Centennial is also hosting a year-long QSO Party that celebrates hams meeting hams worldwide. Make new contacts and meet new friends. The Centennial QSO Party is comprised of two activities. W1AW will be operating portable from each state and most US territories. There will also be a Points Challenge made by collecting valid contacts throughout the year. Logs will be submitted via the Logbook of the World System. Find out more about the Centennial QSO Party here.
Links To More Information About the Centennial Celebration:
The Centennial Events and Programs pdf
The ARRL Centennial Program Handout pdf