If you're looking for a tool to create image maps by tracing an image, go to http://www.image-mapper.com/. It's simply the best, easiest tool there is, and for some reason it's impossible to find with Google. I hope this link helps.
This tool will resize an existing image map (the
area data in the
map section) so it will work with the same image when displayed at a different size.
Paste the source HTML below, enter a new height or width, and click "Resize It." (To see a demo, just enter a height or width and click "Resize It." The sample code shown in grey will be used). You must include both the
map markup, and the image must properly refer to the imagemap with
usemap. The image must either include a valid url for its
src, or include
width attributes. If the image can be loaded, its actual height and width will be used, otherwise, the values in the height and width attributes will be used. Example:
Source HTML:Leave either X or Y blank below to maintain the aspect ratio. The other dimension will be calculated for you.
New Size: x: y:
Optionally enter a bounding area and the map will be clipped to within that area.
Top left: x y:
Bottom right: x y:
If the code you used has a valid image URL, the resized map should be rendered below and bound using ImageMapster to activate hotspots on mouseover.