Ames room is a distorted room, first built by Adelbert Ames, that creates an erroneous perception of the sizes of people in the room. The room is constructed so that two (2) people a t the far wall of the room appear to stand at the same distance from an observer. In actuality, one of the people is much farther away than the other.

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