Most of the views I have posted of the instruments are from the side – here is Instrument Seven from above. The round yellow piece is a spirit level. The transparent surface seen below and behind the picture plane is a protractor that accepts a weighted string when aligning instruments to throw paint at each other.
A rhino group from the L.A. Natural History Museum.
See the post before last for advice on how to resolve stereo image
Very busy at the moment – here is a plaster cast from the Ashmolean to tide over the blog.
Usual procedure to view in 3D – go cross-eyed until you can resolve the images over each other – you will see three images, concentrate on the middle one. Try to relax and the three dimensional image will find its depth. THis one works quite well, so it is worth persevering.