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Description: X-Ray Image Maker is used to create animated interactive X-ray images for the web. This graphics software uses the Silk Webware FuseXRay Applet Graphics Engine. This technology allows fusion of several images to give totally unique graphical effects. You can use this software to enhance the effect of displaying images on any web page. Some of the uses of X-Ray Image Maker are displaying cutaway images, maps, clothing, machinery, medical imagery, photographs of people, architectural blueprints and products. X-Ray Image Maker Includes a sample gallery to help inspire your imagination.
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