||Digital image analysis has contributed greatly to medical sciences.
Modern microscope slide scanning systems are capable of producing large images which can be more than one giga-pixel. It is useful for researchers to be able to view these images at multiple resolutions.
For instance, to implement image-based sequencing of mRNA, high resolution images are required in detailed analysis while those at low resolution offer better overall visualization. Taking that as the motivation, we would like to develop a map-viewer-like user interface with zooming and panning options to support detailed analysis in high resolution and at the same time be able to get a full overview in lower resolution. In this presentation, a demo of the interface will be introduced.