My question stems from What would a space fighter look like?
After reading through @dsollen's question can a human fighter pilot fully grasp 3 dimensional frictionless movement in space? I started questioning how the pilot would control the ship.
My interpretation of the ship is a sphere with multidirectional thrusters, and guns on multiple sides so that the pilot can shoot in any direction at any moment:
My issue is that the pilot would struggle to do anything inside this ship if it were rotating (which is extremely likely in any situation). How would the ship be able to rotate the pilot to face the direction of travel, and how would the pilot be able to control their orientation manually?
Please note: The idea of a human-piloted fighter has already been established and this question is about them and not about whether they are in any way useful or effective.