I'm a medical student, which means I spend almost all my time in a chair, staring at my computer screen, studying. Though I've taken the basic steps (raising my monitor, etc), spending all my time sitting upright is murder on my back. It's actually become a real distraction. So I had a thought... Why not get an HMD, allowing me to study reclining, lying down, etc?So, I'm hoping that some of you VR enthusiasts can recommend a good way for me to go. I've heard about the Sony HMZ-T1 with 720 resolution, is that good for use as a monitor? Most of the HMD units I've seen online seem to be intended for watching movies rather than viewing a computer screen...I am nearsighted, will this be an issue?Most of my studying involves taking notes with LibreOffice on the left half of the screen, while I look at a PDF or video lecture on the right half... I usually use a 1080P monitor, though 720 or thereabouts would probbaly do fine. Widescreen is a good thing, if that matters. Are there 720 or better solutions besides the Sony?Also important... What do VR enthusiasts typically do for input while wearing an HMD? Some type of keyboard? Mouse?Thanks very much!