Belgian developer eX-cinder has announced the release of
Plasticom 1.0, which was originally available as a Beta release, as
MacCentral reported in January. The software allows a plastic surgeon to import digital images of a patient and manipulate them with warp curves that are placed on the pictures and reshaped. Thanks to Plasticom’s use of the Morph Age 2.0 engine, the results are rendered in real-time, and the software can export the final version to a TIFF, PNG or JPEG file. The initial images can be imported from TIFF, PDF, GIF, JPEG and other formats. Plasticom 1.0 requires Mac OS X v10.3 and sells for US$150, with site licenses available for $600.