Would you like to revive the tale of “Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs”
Ophthalmologist Albert Ames Jr. created a room in 1934 that extends our optical perception.
We are a giant in one corner of the room, and a dwarf in the other. In this wonderful room, we grow and shrink while moving from corner to corner. The secret is that in one corner, the ceiling is much higher than us; in the other, we can hit our heads on it if we are careless.
This looks like a common room for bystanders, but in reality, there is a “magic” hidden here, which creates a striking visual illusion.
This room is often “used” in movies to shoot scenes with dwarves.