Morton - First of all, you need to consider a few things...

1 - Xrays are not "casual" things. There is no way in hell, any reputable hospital or radiologist will let you NEAR an Xray machine. Stevens, from the above website is a radiologist. He CAN use an Xray machine. Do not expect to be allowed "after hours" use of a machine. And if you are allowed, expect someone to find out, and expect to possibly....and here is the catch...GO TO JAIL. Governments have strict laws about this kind of thing. Especially in nations where they own the equipment....

2 - Xray machines are not "point and shoot". They need to be calibrated to the subject. Stevens uses this to his advantage being able to seperate out certain parts of the subject etc. I am not sure how particular machines do this, they may be automated somewhat now, but it is not to be played with.

3 - Stevens doesn't use a hospital Xray machine. He uses a scientific one which is very different. So, even a guy with training and access isn't using hospital equipment.


Now, you could probably go to one of those "full body scan" places and get an Xray done of the subject, but besides saying "give me a pictures of thsi and that", you will have no real control. Also you will be limited in the exposure you can give the subject. 36 frames is not healthy.....