The Getty website has an "augmented reality" feature on the museum's c. 1620 German collector's cabinet. It's an interactive take on 3D that's arguably more compelling than the non-interactive, glasses-required version that has Hollywood agog. You have to print out a .pdf and hold it in front of a computer with a webcam. The print-out is a simple black-and-white silhouette. When you tilt it, the on-screen image rotates as if you were holding the real thing. (The above is a demo and will work without a webcam or print-out.)
The Getty site also has a more conventional interactive feature on the cabinet, which goes on view tomorrow as part of the refurbished galleries of medieval and Renaissance sculpture and decorative arts. Pictures of the new installation look impressive. One surprise is that the British royal collection has lent the long-separated mate to the Getty's Cellini Satyr for the inaugural display.