The ability to record large field of view images without a loss in spatial resolution is critical for many applications of imaging science. However, for most imaging techniques, an increase in field-of-view comes at the cost of decreased resolution. STROBE scientists at CU Boulder implemented a novel extension to ptychographic coherent diffractive imaging that permits simultaneous full-field imaging of multiple simultaneous locations on a sample, by illuminating it with spatially separated, interfering beams. This technique allows for large field-of-view imaging in amplitude and phase while maintaining diffraction-limited resolution, without an increase in collected data i.e. diffraction patterns acquired.