Artist duo create computer-generated ASMR artist

ASMR Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response UniversityIn my prior post I highlighted how ASMR artists have taken the real world experience of ASMR and transitioned it to an online, recorded experience.

Well, Pınar Demirdağ and Viola Renate, referenced professionally as Pinar&Viola, have taken the re-creation of ASMR triggers to another step.

Pinar & Viola have created a Computer-Generated Image (CGI) of an ASMR artist and have titled it, “Made you come here.”

 The life-like CGI animation impressively mimics the movements and styles of many popular online ASMR artists.

According to an interview with Kevin Holmes, the artists seem to have been inspired specifically by Tony Bomboni – a popular and  mesmerizing ASMR artist.

The computer animation talks softly with a caring tone, has graceful body and hand movements, creates trigger sounds, provides  eye gazing with personal attention, and even whispers ear to ear.

The credits to the production include Pinar&Viola for Directing/Concept /Art Direction, Roxanne Gatt for the 3D art, and Liam Gray for the voice.

It is worth checking out.

Click HERE to see their CGI production, “Made you come here”.

Click HERE to read an interview with Pinar&Viola about this video.

Click HERE to visit the website of Pinar&Viola .

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