Super resolution microscopy techniques allows light microscopes to image details at extreme resolutions. However, as the resolution get better - the imaged area/volume gets smaller. For single-molecule localization microscopy this typically results in a FOV of around 50 um x 50 um. Chip NanoImaging (CNI) is introducing chip-based TIRF illumination, harnessing the powers of photonic integrated circuits. Using CNI technolgy, the illumination is decoupled from the microscope, which allows ultra-large FOV TIRF imaging. The resolution of the image depend on the imaging method used - from diffraction limted to super-resolution, all with 100 x larger field of view than current state-of-the-art.