Well, at least you are now able to…
...take a look DEEPER than that of classic light microscopy,
Classic light microscopy of selectively stained samples is an easy option. However, if you aim to investigate the fine structure of cells and their interactions, you might find the resolution insufficient.
...take a view BROADER than that of super-resolution systems,
You can also turn to super-resolution fluorescent microscopy, but if you still want to get the idea of cell interactions in culture, you will definitely need more pixels within the field of view.
...and enjoy the WHOLE PICTURE without having to assemble a puzzle!
Moreover, with super-resolution microscopy, you always have to decide in advance which structures to visualize. And before you see the whole picture, you should put all the data together as if pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Our method provides the opportunity to visualize nucleus membrane, nucleoli, cytoskeleton parts, vacuoles, intercellular contacts, filaments of locomotion structures, etc. - all at the same time!