Stitches a 2D grid of images into a mosaic
stitch2D is a Python script that stitches a two-dimensional grid of tiles into a mosaic. It was originally developed for stitching together images collected on various microscopes in the Department of Mineral Sciences at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
pip install stitch2d
When tiles are stitched together by stitch2d, they are translated, not rotated, resized, or warped. As a result, stitch2d requires all images to be the same size and orientation. Images must overlap, although they don't necessarily need to be arranged in a grid.
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