I use a rolling, swiveling, arm-less desk chair (my PC desk is in the same room as the TV), which is easy to just roll into place, and allows me to swivel left, right, and 180 degrees if need be. Works great, although occasionally when I take the headset off I'll discover I'm facing a completely different direction than I thought I was, since it's so easy to turn*.
Are there really games that require standing up? I haven't stood up to play a PSVR game since I first got it - I did for Arkham VR, when I first got the set, because Batman is standing in the game, but even there the game explicitly asks you when you start if you're standing or sitting. I started out Farpoint standing up, since you can see your shadow standing up, but after the first session I switched to playing it in a chair - just too tiring standing up for long sessions.
I've seen people on YouTube play Until Dawn: Rush Of Blood (a must-buy for PSVR, as far as I'm concerned) standing up, but that's just crazy, since you're riding in a roller coaster car in the game. Why would you stand up in meatspace when you're sitting down in virtual space?
*actually, I guess one other downside I've discovered of the wheeled VR chair - without realizing it, if there's a jump scare, I may accidentally scoot the chair backward. At one point during Farpoint I found I kicked the chair far enough back that I hit the back wall.
Last edited by Evan E; 11-13-2017 at 10:00 AM.