In this podcast episode, you will hear participants in the Voices of ASMR project explain the following about their ASMR experiences:
What physical sensations do you feel?
Where do you feel these sensations on your body?
What emotional and psychological sensations do you feel?
How strong are the sensations?
How long do the sensations last?
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Libby Copeland lives in Westchester, NY, USA and has a BA degree in English from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, USA.
She has been a staff reporter, editor, and/or writer for The Washington Post, Slate, New York Magazine, Smithsonian Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and Glamour, as well as, made appearances on MSNBC, CNN, and NPR.
Libby also has a strong interest in ASMR.
She recently traveled to Brooklyn, NY to experience one of the first live, in-person, professional ASMR services called Whisperlodge, and then wrote about it for New York Magazine.
Do you live in the UK?
Do you experience ASMR?
Are you interested in being interviewed in-person as part of a video documentary about ASMR?
If yes, yes, yes, then click the link below to learn more about this opportunity, to learn more about the filmmaker, and to submit your interest for being interviewed.
Matthew Wilson lives in Belfast, Northern Ireland and has his BSc Honors in Management and Leadership from Ulster University, Northern Ireland.
He currently works in the retail industry and launched his new website, ASMRbar.com in January 2016.
The website is a wonderful buffet of all forms of ASMR media. You can explore and experience ASMR (and ASMR-related) videos, albums, podcasts, apps, books, audiobooks, and even news.
What do Eva Longoria (from the TV show Desperate Housewives), Cara Delevingne (from the movie Suicide Squad), and Juno Temple (from the TV show Vinyl) all have in common?
Each of these actors has recently created an ASMR video for W Magazine which is available for viewing on YouTube.
Jellybean Green and over 15 other ASMR artists have organized a special fundraiser to assist children whom are not fortunate enough to be a part of a loving and caring family.
Their fundraiser will support Pajama Program, an organization which has spent the past 15 years providing new pajamas and books to children in homeless shelters, group homes, and foster care throughout the U.S.
Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) has recently joined the small group of big name companies that have created ASMR-inspired ads.
Dove chocolate released two ASMR-inspired ads in November 2015 and Pepsi posted a short ASMR-inspired ad in April 2016.
And now Colonel Sanders continues the big name tingle-athon.
Jennifer Allen currently lives just outside Plattsburgh in upper state NY, USA. She has attended the University of Southern Maine and is currently a Red Team Manager for a cybersecurity company.
Jennifer is also the person who coined the term, Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.
But that is not all. She has been a significant contributor to the ASMR community from the start.
Here is an incomplete list of her incredible involvements and achievements:
Buzzfeed has started posting a series of tingly videos on their Facebook Live page.
The videos are called, ‘ASMR News Now’.
The videos are about 20 minutes in length and cover some U.S. and global mainstream news in somewhat of a traditional news style.
With some important differences of course.
Pepsi has created an ASMR trigger type advertisement.
It is not nearly as bold and impressive as the ASMR trigger type advertisement created previously by Dove Chocolate.
The Dove ads incorporated hand movements, eye gazing, plastic crinkling, focused task behavior, chewing/mouth sounds, and soft/whisper vocalizations.
So what type of ASMR triggering video did the marketing juggernaut of Pepsi create?