Mind-Bending Ames Window Illusion That Works Even After Figured Out

The Ames window illusion got its name from Adelbert Ames Jr., the scientist who invented the illusion in 1946. Ames window is actually a trapezoid, but since our brains are so used to seeing rectangular windows, some cognitive dissonance fools us. Unlike other optical illusions, it still works even you figure it out. Here is the video in which you can see what Ames window illusion is.