World of Illusions at Nation Towers is an unforgettable experience of visual deception for the entire family. The effect of optics, impact of light and an array of illusionary principles come together in multiple interactive exhibits, spread around the mall.
AMES Room: Inspired by the genius ophthalmologist Adelbert Ames Jr in 1946, the Ames room uses optical principles to distort one’s perception of depth and space, the moment a person steps into it. Kids become giants and parents will shrink in this highly engaging and interactive installation.
Anti-Gravity Room: Prove Sir Isaac Newton wrong! Defy gravity and turn the world upside down. Walk on the ceiling, stand on your side and play games standing on your head. This cleverly constructed antigravity room is set to surprise and make you look twice!
Living Head Illusion: Created in the late 19th century by Magician and Inventor Thomas William Tobin, the Living Head Illusion uses mirrors to create a false perception of depth, allowing a person to conceal their body behind it.
Impossible Chair: Created by Psychologist Jean Beuchet, the Impossible Chair Illusion involves chair part objects, placed apart from each other at precise distance and angles. When viewed from a set view point, you will be in for a size surprise!