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The lotus effect is a learning topic of nanoscience commonly seen in elementary schools. However, nanostructures cannot be observed with naked eyes or using general microscopes. Lacking interactive operating environments, it is not easy to inspire students to explore nanophenomena. This study used virtual reality (VR) technology to develop two physical games, namely "Water Drop in the Maze" and "Cleaning the Dust", to show the macroscopic and microscopic structures of lotus leaves respectively.doi:10.5121/ijcsit.2012.4604 fatcat:ub46hynllneftetrims2cknknm