Virtual Satisfaction of Human With the Need in Attribute of Things

Fang REN, Ruliang ZHANG


In the real world, the entity and attributes of an object are unified. It is generally believed that inseparability of entity and attributes is fully embodied in the energy character of the object. Although entity and attributes are inseparable, it is likely to realize the relevant separation of entity and attributes by means of virtual reality technology (VRT). As a matter of fact, this kind of separation means relative separation of entity and attributes with virtual reality technology as the medium. This is of great significance as it enables people to get satisfied with their desire to perceive attributes of an object, and it is a way to satisfy people’s infinite desire by technology. With the swift progress of this technology, all kinds of limitations in the real environment successfully break through and the degree of human freedom is greatly improved.


Virtual reality; Entity; Attribute; Information

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