If you already bought into Oculus with the Rift, you probably don't need to run out and get the S.
Like on the original Rift, once you’re done with Touch setup, you’re then taken to Oculus First Contact, which in this case is done by placing the First Contact cartridge into the old school console.
Whether it’s a ghost passing through your body, magic sparkling along your fingers as you cast a spell, or the sensation of a dragon’s breath on your hand, haptic technology creates personalized, dynamic and lifelike tactile effects in immersive experiences.
Oculus Quest may not have a specific release date yet, although now that both the headset and its Touch controllers have undergone FCC testing, there’s little left standing in the way of the headset’s launch this Spring.
Seattle-based realistic haptic technology provider HaptX has introduced the new HaptX Gloves Development Kit, which is an industrial-grade product for advanced simulation in VR. Professional VR users can develop simulations with realistic touch feedback and natural interaction with the help of the HaptX Gloves.
Mark Zuckerberg announced at Oculus Connect 5 that its high-end standalone device is called Oculus Quest, and it will be available in Spring 2019 for $399. The actual device comes with built-in audio, 6DoF and hand presence with the Touch controllers.