- noting an image formed by the apparent convergence of rays geometrically, but not actually, prolonged, as the image formed by a mirror (opposed to real).
- noting a focus of a system forming virtual images.
Origin of virtual
Related formsvir·tu·al·i·ty, noun
Examples from the Web for virtuality
In virtuality, the sequentiality of written language is overwritten by the very configurational nature of the context.
Virtuality is actually the generic reality of all and any design practical experience.
Nature is the virtuality of mind, the soul the fruit of life, and liberty the flower of necessity.Amiel's Journal|Henri-Frdric Amiel
From among the very many designs in a state of virtuality, only a small number will become real.