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Optical imaging has served as a primary method to collect information about biosystems across scales-from functionalities of tissues to morphological structures of cells and even at biomolecular levels. However, to adequately characterize a complex biosystem, an imaging system with a number of resolvable points, referred to as a space-bandwidth product (SBP), in excess of one billion is typically needed. Since a gigapixel-scale far exceeds the capacity of current optical imagers, compromisesdoi:10.1117/1.ap.3.4.044001 pmid:35178513 pmcid:PMC8849623 fatcat:vfjbb2ru7zaytf4s5epzcym6nm