Unilateral spatial neglect (USN) is defined as impaired attention to sensory stimuli on one side, which can exist for near and far spaces combined or independently. Thus, quantifying both near- and far-space neglect is crucial. This study aims to propose an index to quantify the near/far spatial neglect ratio to describe the USN symptoms' characteristics in each patient using immersive virtual reality (VR) technology. An object-detecting task was performed for five USN patients in a three-dimensional VR space. The examiner recorded the positional data of the objects that were recognized by the USN patient using coordinate data. The near/far ratio (NFRatio) was calculated using the proposed equation to quantify the difference in neglect severity in near and far spaces of each patient. Among the patients, four tended to have greater far-space neglect, and one tended to have greater near-space neglect. Moreover, the near/far spatial neglect ratio was shown to vary according to height. This is the first study to propose immersive VR to quantify the near and far spatial neglect. However, further study is needed to assess its reliability and validity and describe its clinical usability.