In some instances shiny surfaces in the environment like glass tables and picture frames can cause tracking problems. The light from the PSVR headset reflects off of a shiny surface, confusing the PS4 Camera about where the tracking lights actually are.
To see if a reflective surface in view of the camera is picking up your tracking lights or not try the following:
If your couch or chair is placed against a wall you may run into an issue with the rear LED lights on the PSVR headset reflecting off the wall. This is particularly troublesome with white walls that have a glossy paint. The reflected rear lights will create a blue halo around your head that interferes with the tracking of the lights on the front of the headset.
To see if a wall in view of the camera is reflecting the headset's rear tracking lights, try the following:
1. Launch Moss: Make sure the game fully starts.
2. Return to the PS4 Dashboard: Tap the PS button on the DUALSHOCK4 controller
3. Open the Quick Menu: Press and Hold the PS button on the controller until the Quick Menu Appears.
Select 'Adjust PlayStation VR' from the Quick Menu.
4. Select 'Confirm Your Position'This will bring up a video feed showing the view from the PS4 Camera.