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The healthcare branch of the iGLANCE project aims at making high quality high definition autostereoscopic displays available in the clinical operating room. Displaying medical images on an autostereoscopic display poses different requirements than consumer usage would. For entertainment it is sufficient when the perceived image is convincing, even when deviating from the actual imaged scene. For medical usage it is essential that the perceived image represents the actual clinical data. The challenge that the iGLANCE project intends to address is the transmission of the autostereoscopic data through a bandwidth limited channel, while maintaining an image that does not contain significant image artifacts, like e.g. visible disocclusions.