Welcome to my homepage, The Outpost. Here, you can learn about me, Nicholas Hallahan, and also see my resume. A fun, interactive project I created in 2013 and have continued to maintain is a plugin for the web mapping library Leaflet, called Leaflet Playback . Source on Github . An interesting application of Leaflet Playback can be seen with my demo that demonstrates moving GPS tracks triggering Virtual Fences . Speaking of which, I work for SpatialDev now. We made another Leaflet plugin called Leaflet.MapboxVectorTile that renders protocol buffer vector tiles adhering to the Mapbox spec. It’s really fast – pretty much the fastest way you can possibly render vector geometry on a Leaflet map! A hobby of mine is CNC routing and laser cutting. One of my latest projects is a Lazy Susan that had a laser etch the geographic features of a friend’s ranch in Colorado. At Oregon State University in 2013, I worked on a web map tile rendering engine called MapComposer, designed to create pseudo-natural maps . I am also interested in remote sensing, and recently I completed a project that explores Cloud Detection and Removal Techniques for Landsat 8. On a side note, I made a wiki introducing Java GUI Programming for my Algorithms for Geovisualization course. By the way, you can drag things around and edit them, but this will only affect your browser locally unless you are logged in. You can then create your own wiki and fork the content where you can host it as your own. You can learn more on the How to Wiki page. Source.