The PlayStation VR Headset (PSVR) integrates with PS4 for a true virtual reality experience. As with all VR headsets, however, many cables are required. We'll show you how to hook up and set up your space to make the most of your PSVR.
With the PlayStation VR, gamers can face new challenges in new worlds. The first challenge, however, is to set up the device. It's awkward rather than challenging, but do not worry! We are here to lend a hand.
First: some requirements.
Sony recommends a 10 foot x 10 foot board. An area of 6 feet x 6 feet It may be enough, but the results can not be guaranteed. You may be tempting your PSVR to work in a smaller space by tilting the PlayStation camera slightly down – more on that later.
Although PlayStation Move controllers are not required for most games, they are highly recommended. They are an extra issue, but you probably will not regret it.
Now let all these boxes open and unpack the cables. It's time to get started.
Setting up the PSVR
First disconnect the HDMI cable from the back of the PS4 and connect it to the connector labeled "HDMI TV" on the back of the PSVR processor unit (the box supplied with the PSVR headset) , This will send the signal to your TV.
Now connect the PlayStation camera to the AUX port on the PS4. It is labeled and the only port that the PlayStation camera cable is capable of.
Connect a new HDMI cable to the connector labeled "HDMI PS4" on the back of the processor unit. Our connection is pink, but your connection is black. 
Connect the other end of the cable to the HDMI connector on the back of the PS4. This will send the video from your PS4 to the PSVR.
Connect the USB cable to the back of the processor unit and then to the PS4. In this way, the two can communicate with each other.
Connect the power cord to the AC adapter and insert the cable into the back of the processor unit. Plug it into a power outlet.
Next, connect the PSVR headset cable to the front of the processor unit. Pay attention to the symbols on the cables for the correct connections.
Now place the PlayStation camera on your TV with the supplied bracket. Make sure it's centered and slightly tilted down – especially in a very small room.
You can now connect the Including stereo headphones to the PSVR headset and turn everything on. Remember to press the on / off button on the PSVR headset, as it will not turn on automatically on your PlayStation.
How to position the camera
The PlayStation VR uses a single camera when tracking motion. The positioning is important. The height of the camera and the angle it is in have a huge impact on the field of view and visibility.
Set the camera to the same height as your head so you can see the PSVR headset when you wear it. If the camera is pointing up, it may be difficult to identify the DualShock or PlayStation Move controllers in your hands. For this reason, it is recommended to tilt the camera slightly downwards.
This is useful if you have a small room too. Imagine, the field of view of the camera is a flashlight that shines into your room. The field of view of the camera is similar cone-shaped. You can stand closer to your TV because the field of view of the camera is now lower than before. A smaller field of view is an advantage in smaller rooms where you have to stand closer than recommended to the TV. This is because the lowest point the camera can see is closer to the TV than usual. As shown in the picture below, the red shaded area is moved closer by tilting the camera down.