what I'm saying is there aren't any physicals resources used in the virtual reality realm itself - of course it takes resources to make a virtual reality product - but that doesn't matter - as we can get to a day where it's miniscule. What I'm saying is to build a really large diamond, skyscraper, car, plane, etc. doesn't really take more resources than another if they're already made - especially if you're using electricity from solar (although some take longer to build and look at - which takes up internet power). All this is irrelevant to what I was discussing about digital objects vs real ones - there's virtually no resources extra used to build those once you have a VR device vs real items..
Virtual reality "doesn't use resources"?
Virtual reality requires computer hardware, which requires resources to build and operate. Minerals, plastics, electricity.