Exhibition WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD: The World of ASMR
10 Unmissable Highlights from #ASMR_IRL
From mind-tickling motion graphics to an animated artificial tongue – here's 10 unmissable items from our exhibition.
Estimated reading time: 3 minutes
Experience ASMR triggered by movement in this mind–tickling motion graphic where artificial vegetables shake, shimmer, rustle, and pop in oddly satisfying ways.
Go inside the minds of ASMRtists with this new commission featuring a selection of short clips describing what ASMR means to them.
Put on your headphones and touch, stroke, pinch or press this hyper-realistic artificial skin and see what vocal reaction you can trigger.
Watch this grooming video of dog’s first haircut in over two years. The precise and delicate sounds of scissors – a common ASMR trigger – has resulted in the YouTube video being picked up globally by ASMR fans.
This unique binaural microphone was designed with 4 sets of ears to better capture sound from multiple directions all at once. Used in 2012 to create a VR experience, it captured musician Beck performing a version of David Bowie’s 1977 song, Sound and Vision, along with a 160-person orchestra, with sound fading in and out of each ear.