Step 1: Check Your System Requirements
Before you start setting up your Oculus, make sure your PS4 meets the system requirements. The PS4 should be running on the latest firmware, and the Oculus must support HDMI 1.4. You’ll also need an HDMI splitter and an HDMI cable.
Step 2: Connect the HDMI Splitter
Connect the HDMI splitter to the PS4’s HDMI port. Then connect the HDMI cable from the splitter to the TV’s HDMI port. This will allow you to mirror the PS4’s screen on the TV.
Step 3: Connect the Oculus to the PC
Connect the Oculus to the PC using the USB and HDMI cables that came with the headset. Make sure the USB cable is connected to a USB 3.0 port on your PC.
Step 4: Install the Oculus Software
Download and install the Oculus software on your PC. Follow the on-screen instructions to set up the software.
Step 5: Enable VR Mode on the PS4
Go to the PS4 settings and enable VR mode. This will allow the PS4 to recognize the Oculus as a VR headset.
Step 6: Calibrate the Oculus
Start the Oculus software on your PC and calibrate the headset by following the on-screen instructions.
Step 7: Enjoy Your VR Experience
Put on your Oculus and enjoy your VR experience on the PS4!
Can I use the Oculus without a PC?
No, the Oculus requires a PC to function.
Do I need a special HDMI cable?
No, you can use any HDMI cable that supports HDMI 1.4.
Can I use the Oculus with other gaming consoles?
No, the Oculus is only compatible with PC and mobile devices.
Connecting your Oculus to your PS4 is a simple process. By following these steps, you’ll be able to enjoy a seamless VR experience on your PS4. Remember to check your system requirements, connect the HDMI splitter, install the Oculus software, enable VR mode on the PS4, calibrate the Oculus, and enjoy your VR experience!