A couple more dioramas from the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles.
As before, the difference between viewing the single image and seeing them in 3D is illuminating. Although not as accomplished as the best work at the American Museum of Natural History, there are quite a few good dioramas in LA.
See the previous post for suggestions on how to view in stereo, or use the Jason Robbins method – which I tried yesterday and have to say works really well – of putting your nose right up to the divide between the two images and move back until the image is in focus.
In either method you will see three images – concentrate on the middle one.