Ever wonder what will happen to your place after a nuclear strike? Then you should bookmark Ground Zero. This updated version of a Google Maps mashup can show you the extent of thermal damage, pressure damage, and nuclear fallout of a strike in a particular area.
To use Ground Zero II, input an address then nuke it by using a variety of nuclear bombs of differing strengths. You can also control the wind direction before nuking a place. Clicking on the map marker shows you the details regarding the physical effects of such explosions.
Although getting hit by a nuke is hardly fun, this app is useful for those interested in end-of-the-world scenarios.
- Nuke any place and see the extent of the damage to that area.
- Choose from 12 weapons.
- Control the wind direction before nuking a place.
- Change the map view to a satellite or hybrid view.
- Free, no signup is required.
- Similar tool: NukeoMeter and Impact Calculator.
Check out Ground Zero II @ www.carloslabs.com/node/20