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15 Best PSVR Stands & Accessories to DIY or Buy

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by Matthew Mensley
Jun 7, 2017

The PlayStation VR is a winningly affordable entry point to high-end VR. So here's 15 best PSVR stands & accessories to 3D print or buy.

Time ticks on, and more and more games are released that make ingenious use of virtual reality. But while advances in gaming bring joy, one constant for users of PlayStation’s VR headset is the mess of cables and peripherals it inflicts upon you.

For all the fun, it’s a pain to deal with — the setup is begging for a PSVR stand. Handily, inventive makers have designed just the thing. That, and a world of other useful PSVR accessories.

Here’s the skinny.

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY PlayStation VR (PSVR) Stand

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: PlayStation VR (PSVR) Stand

What is it? A simple PSVR stand for resting your headset. Its curves almost make it seem an extension of the headset itself, which can only be a good thing. We’d love to see a dual extrusion version of this PSVR stand using the headset’s two-tone black and white look.

Who made it? hachi roku

Difficulty: Medium. This PSVR stand prints in two parts (if you have a large enough printer), but does not require supports or a raft. Screws are required to attach the headset rest to the base.

Download the files for this PSVR stand: Thingiverse

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY PSVR Hanger

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: PSVR Hanger

What is it? A coat hook style hanger for the PSVR headset. Not so much a PSVR stand, but equally useful. A simple design that hangs off doors, its a great solution to keeping your PSVR headset out of the way.

Who made it? David Gray

Difficulty: Easy. No supports or raft should be necessary.

Download the file: Thingiverse

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY PSVR Processor Unit Stand

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: PSVR Processor Unit Stand

What is it? A clip-style PSVR stand that holds the PSVR Processor unit upright alongside a PS4. An ingenious 3D print that tidies one of the many messy components of the PSVR setup, this PSVR stand is as useful as it is simple.

Who made it? rin_ofumi

Difficulty: Easy. It’s a two-piece print that requires no supports or raft.

Download the file for this PSVR stand: Thingiverse

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY SDX's Vertical Stand for the PSVR Processing Unit

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: SDX's Vertical Stand for the PSVR Processing Unit

What is it? A PlayStation themed stand for the PSVR’s Processing unit. Functional as the inclusion above, this PSVR stand makes a distinction by featuring small decorative elements. On four little protrusions from its base are the four signature button symbols of PlayStation.

Who made it? Martin Erjawetz

Difficulty: Easy. Another simple print, requiring no supports or raft.

Download the file for this PSVR stand: Thingiverse

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY Daves PS4 PSVR Stand

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: Daves PS4 PSVR Stand

What is it? An integrated PS4 and PSVR stand to keep both the console and PSVR Processor unit upright. The only inclusion on the list to prop both the PS4 console and the PSVR unit up, this brings us all a step closer to clutter free gaming.

Who made it? David Wilson

Difficulty: Easy. It’s a two-part print, but both pieces are simple enough to not require supports or a raft.

Download the file for this PSVR stand: Thingiverse

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY PlayStation 4 VR Belt Clip

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: PlayStation 4 VR Belt Clip

What is it? A belt clip holder for the box that sits between the headset cable and connection to your PS4. A piece of on-body cable management, this 3D printed PSVR accessory is a neat idea and one worth investigating if you plan on standing up and playing active, physical games that could leave you tied up in the long PSVR cable.

Who made it? Thomas Hagel

Difficulty: Easy. Print as oriented in the STL.

Download the file: Thingiverse

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY PSVR AIM Buttstock and Rails

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: PSVR AIM Buttstock and Rails

What is it? A grip extension for the PSVR Aim accessory. It’s only been out for a couple of weeks, and the PSVR’s new gun-shaped controller is already seeing 3D printable mods and accessories. This one adds a butt-stock, for those who want their in-game shooting to feel a little more weighty.

Who made it? Paynis

Difficulty: Medium. The printed parts shouldn’t be difficult — though designer Paynis suggested in the things’ comments to flip the stock 180 degrees and print with supports. Some assembly is required for the rail attachment using M3 countersunk screws, plus a rod of some sorts is required to attach the stock.

Download the files: Thingiverse

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY PSVR Inline Remote Clip

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: PSVR Inline Remote Clip

What is it? A clip to attach the PSVR inline power/volume controls to your person. Slipping over the rounded inline controls, this PSVR accessory solves the issue of irritatingly loose cables getting in the way of your gaming.

Who made it? Chris Ngai

Difficulty: Easy. Oriented with the rounded side up, this clip should print with ease.

Download the file: Thingiverse

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY PSVR Camera Tripod Mount

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: PSVR Camera Tripod Mount

What is it? An adapter to mount the PSVR Camera to any standard tripod. This inventive solution to managing the space you play in highlights a little-experienced issue with the PSVR — that the camera’s range is only about 10 feet. By making the camera mobile and bringing it closer to you on a tripod, this becomes irrelevant. Ingenious.

Who made it? Jason Baker

Difficulty: Easy. Supports would be needed if printed as oriented in the STL, but a simple rotation onto the solid end of the hollow should eliminate the need. A 1/4 inch nut is required to mount to a tripod.

Download the file: Thingiverse

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY PlayStation 4 VR Wire Bend Protection

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: PlayStation 4 VR Wire Bend Protection

What is it? A slightly bendable clip that protects the PSVR wires from damaging bending. A well designed solution to the scourge of well-worn electronics — cable breakages — this simple clip-on should protect your PSVR from such a fate.

Who made it? Thomas Hagel

Difficulty: Easy. A two-piece print, but by nature of being small and fiddly, some fine tuning may be required. Designer HaTomX printed without supports or rafts at .2mm layer height and 40% infill, and suggests ensuring at least 3 solid layers at the print’s bottom.

Download the file: Thingiverse

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY PlayStation VR Wall Mount

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: PlayStation VR Wall Mount

What is it? A wall mountable PSVR stand. Remixed from the PSVR stand way up at #1 on this list, maker hachiroku modified the design to create a wall mountable version, lifting the PSVR headset up off the desk, and out of the way.

Who made it? hachi roku

Difficulty: Easy. It’s another two-part print, with supports required for the base. Screws are required to fix it to the wall.

Download the file for this PSVR stand: Thingiverse

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY Collective Minds PSVR Showcase

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: Collective Minds PSVR Showcase

What is it? A PSVR stand with dock charging capability for PSVR accessories. Keeping everything neatly in one spot, this veritable VR command center is designed to de-clutter PSVR setups into one manageable pile. With the added benefit of charging two of your controllers and the like, what’s not to like.

Check price of this PSVR stand on Amazon:

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY POWER A Storage Case for PSVR

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: POWER A Storage Case for PSVR

What is it? A soft shell pouch for storing and transporting the PSVR headset. Offering a secure solution for those wanting to take their PSVR headset on the road, this carry pouch probably does everything you’d want it to. Though it’s worth noting it can accommodate the headset and attached cable only. Not the processor box, or any of the other gubbins the PSVR requires.

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY VirZOOM Virtual Reality Exercise Bike and Games

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: VirZOOM Virtual Reality Exercise Bike and Games

What is it? An exercise bike controller for VR systems. One of surprisingly few exercise-oriented PSVR accessories out there, this bike controller — and its proprietary games — gets you moving, with pedalling being the only way to spur your in-game presence onward.

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY POWER A Charge & Display Station

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: POWER A Charge & Display Station

What is it? A PSVR stand with slots for PS Move controllers and a single Dualshock 4 controller. With a smaller footprint than the other PSVR stands to buy on this list, POWER A’s option suits a PSVR setup with only one controller.

Check price of this PSVR stand on Amazon:

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PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY Iversan VR Stand, Universal Headset Holder

Image of PSVR Stands & Accessories to Buy or DIY: Iversan VR Stand, Universal Headset Holder

What is it? A simple PSVR stand of snap-together parts. Molded from ABS, this PSVR stand features a universal shape that accommodates other VR headsets such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Cable management is a perk, too, with a disk-shaped spool area to wrap around that peskily long PSVR headset cable.

Check price of this PSVR stand on Amazon:

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