PlayStation VR

How To Properly Set Up PlayStation VR: Exclusively For Gamers

The PlayStation VR headset can be plugged into the PS4 easily. It can provide you with an experience of virtual reality. But it needs different kinds of cables for setting it up like all other virtual reality headsets. Though PlayStation VR headset enables you to different new challenges, the first challenge that you face is to set it up properly. If you are thinking that you might create a mess while setting up the PlayStation VR, we are here to help. However, we will be showing you the ways to plug everything properly and set your room to be compatible with the virtual reality experience.

How To Properly Set Up PlayStation VR: Exclusively For Gamers
How To Properly Set Up PlayStation VR: Exclusively For Gamers

Requirements

The manufacturer of the device recommends that the user should be in a play space of 10 feet X 10 feet. You can create your arena in a 6 feet X 6 feet area as well. But we cannot assure you about the best results. But you can have the same experience even in the smaller place if you can trick your device for working in a comparatively smaller space. Moreover, we would highly recommend you to have the PlayStation Move controllers. You have to spend more bucks for it, but we can guarantee you that it is worth it. Now it is time to set up your device

How To Properly Set Up PlayStation VR: Exclusively For Gamers
How To Properly Set Up PlayStation VR: Exclusively For Gamers

Setting Up The PlayStation VR

Firstly, you need to unplug the HDMI cable from the back of your PlayStation 4. In the next step, you need to connect it to the port of your PSVR. The port is labelled as HDMI TV on the back of the PSVR PU. If you do not know what is it then it is the box that comes with the headset. It is used for sending the signal to your TV. After that, you need to connect the PS Camera to the AUX port on the PlayStation. It has its own label. Furthermore, it is the only porthole where one can fit the cable of the PlayStation Camera.

After that, you need to connect a new HDMI Cable to the PSVR PU. The other end of the cable is needed to be connected to the HDMI Port on the back of your PS4. This will enable you to send the video to the PSVR.

After this is done, it is the turn of USB cables. You have to connect the PS4 and PSVR PU with it for enabling the two of them to communicate with each other. Now it is the turn of power supplies. AC adapter is needed to be added to the PlayStation VR PU and the other end is needed to be plugged in an outlet. Finally, the other front of the PU needs to be connected with the PSVR cable. Make sure that the symbols on the port and portholes match. There is bracket with the PU that can be used to put the PlayStation Camera on your TV.

Now you are ready to enjoy your very own virtual realm of gaming.

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