Two suggestions. Maybe 2.5.
Starting with the 0.5 after the 2. Head tracking works fine, reduce the sensitivity,
increase brightness in room, and place camera close to your face.
First option. Gyro mouse. Apparantly works very well if you rig it to your baseball cap.
Second. Is the DS4. After many hours reconfiguring again and again, I proudly introduce
HEAR ME OUT.
Left stick is your free look. Straight up, no enabling buttons.
L3 for reset view or radio, or Facebook (Use Relative Control if you wish.)
Right stick is pitch n roll.
R3 calls takeout, Pizza or something, your choice
L3 + R3, quick Access for backup?
Bumpers for rudder, press together for reset
Triggers for throttle, press together for map maybe?
Now, what about the fun stuff, the Weapons? Easy.
up, up + left, up + right, right, right + down,
small n large guns, additional pewpews, rockets, bombs,
KEEP ONE direction open as a combo starter enabler thingy.
Left Dpad ex:
( Left + Triangle ) ( Left + Square ) ( Left + Circle ) ( Left + Triangle + Circle )
( Left + LnR Bumpers + R Stick = TRIM ) ( Left + L Stick = Zoom àxis ) etc...
This allows you free reign to reprogram and reuse the right side buttons.
( Triangle + Circle ) ( Triangle + Square ) etc...
Program whatever you want, smoke, manual engine,
auto pilot, doorlock, landing gear, flush toilet, whatever.
Just be careful, try not assign conflicting commands to same inputs.
The best part is: NOTHING IS COMPROMISED
Control, Weaponry, Communication, and yes, your ability to LOOK,
"The Layout" was designed with "View as the #1 Priority".
!!!!! Warning !!!!! !!!!! Warning !!!!!
In order to fire your pewpews, you will have to remove thumb from view stick.
If you tend to look away when firing, then this layout is not for you.
If you dare, give it a shot.
If you grew up with fighting games, you've got no problem.
Who said controllers are at a disadvantage. Everything you need is within a thumbs reach.