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Figure 3: The display during the stitching process (Top). The initial four quadrant images are arbitrarily rotated and translated relative to each other (Middle). Two adjacent quadrants have been stitched, where the top two viewports shows zoomed in views of the two quadrants where the corresponding fidicial markers are placed. Blending has been performed at the intersection of the stitched quadrants in the bottom result view (Bottom). (c) Shown here is the final result, after all quadrants have been stitched together into a fully reconstructed prostate whole mount histology section. Some loss of tissue and non-linear motion can result from the quadrants' slicing, which is why a perfect reconstruction is not always achieved

Figure 3: The display during the stitching process (Top). The initial four quadrant images are arbitrarily rotated and translated relative to each other (Middle). Two adjacent quadrants have been stitched, where the top two viewports shows zoomed in views of the two quadrants where the corresponding fidicial markers are placed. Blending has been performed at the intersection of the stitched quadrants in the bottom result view (Bottom). (c) Shown here is the final result, after all quadrants have been stitched together into a fully reconstructed prostate whole mount histology section. Some loss of tissue and non-linear motion can result from the quadrants' slicing, which is why a perfect reconstruction is not always achieved