In the early 1990s, Qian Xuesen began to understand “Virtual Reality” (virtual reality technology), and immediately thought of applying it to the level of human-computer integration and human brain development, and named it “Ling Jing”. Qian Xuesen wrote in a letter to his friends: “I like the’spiritual realm’ very much. It has a strong Chinese flavor.” (People’s Daily Online)
In addition, in the letter dated July 3, 1993, Qian Xuesen also pointed out that the “spiritual” technology and multimedia can greatly expand the perception of the human brain and enable people to enter an unprecedented new world.
He believes that the emergence and development of “spiritual” technology will expand the perception of the human brain and the experience of combining humans and computers, and bring the combination of humans and computers into an era of deep integration.
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