Flash Image Scroller

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Project Description:
Goal - a method of simulating on the web the experience of a doctor scrolling through the various 'slices' of a cat scan of the brain.

The concept is to have a Flash object that provides the user with a 'player' where they can scroll through various jpg images in order to view the various 'slices' of a cat scan of the brain. The user needs to be able to scroll quickly or slowly through the various slices or stop at any slice. The scrolling device will be a slider or arrows. Each slice should dissolve into the next slice so that the impression is, as much as possible, movement through the layers of the CAT scan rather than 'hard jumps' from one jpg to the next.

Something like an interactive version of this: http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-video-5480419-mri-scanner-at-work.php

Each slice should have a consecutive number displayed somewhere in the player so that CMS published text could for example refer to the player, eg "scroll to layer 9 on the CAT scan above and answer yes or no to the following question...".

The image file names are in 'reverse order', meaning the CAT player has its "top" layer of the skull at image at image 143 and "bottom" layer at image filename 0001

The design will be provided in a layered Photoshop file. The final design will be finished by Aug 4th.

Skills required:
Adobe Flash, XML
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