Virtual reality (VR) is taking the tech world by storm, and for good reason. Not only is it useful for things like education, but it’s also a great way to to get a much more immersive gaming experience.
How to set up PlayStation VR
1. Connect the HDMI (TV) port on the Processor Unit, or the small black box that comes with the PSVR headset, to your TV.
2. Connect the PlayStation Camera to your PS4. The camera should sit around 4.5-5 feet off the floor.
3. Connect a HDMI cable to your PS4, then to the HDMI (PS4) port on the Processor Unit.
4. Connect the USB cable to the back of the Processor Unit, then to the front of your PS4.
5. Plug the power cable into a power outlet, then to the back of the Processor Unit.
6. Connect the PSVR headset’s cable to the front of the Processor Unit. There are two connections to make here, but the cable and Processor Unit should have corresponding symbols.
7. Connect your headphones to the bottom of the headset.
8. Turn on your TV and PS4, using the standard DualShock controller.
9. Press the power button on the bottom of the front of the headset. Once the headset successfully turns on, the light on the back of the headset will glow blue.
10. Follow the on-screen instructions to properly configure the headset for you and your space. ntaining two or more CPUs called "cores"; in that context, one can speak of such single chips as "sockets".
Connecting the PlayStation 4 Move controllers
You’ll connect the PS4 Move controllers, which you might want to use with PSVR, the same way you would any other PS4 controller.
1. Connect the MiniUSB cable into the Move controller, then into a USB port on the front of your PS4.
2. Hold down the PS button on the controller to pair it with the console. Proprietary memory modules Some laptops have upgradeable memory and feature removable panels for easy access to the memory modules.