That got us wondering…
Would the sounds from the game, the birds, the ocean, the frogs; the sound passing traffic and the ambient noise from the game, be effective or useful for ASMR?
So, let’s find out…
Here’s 1.5 hours of unedited sounds and scenes from a Roadside Desert spot in Grand Theft Auto 5.
Please note, this is an ASMR No Talking EXPERIMENT. The team at Old Grumpy Gamers thinks there’s more than 50 triggers in this video; but we’re a gaming channel, not an ASMR channel.
Any genuine feedback, comments, or suggestions are appreciated.
Definition of ASMR:
An initialism for “Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.” The purpose of ASMR is to relax people. #ASMR videos are meant to give the viewer relaxing tingles at the back of their head and/or spine. ASMR videos usually involve one or more of the things: relaxing hand movements (visual triggers), #ASMRNoTalking, #ASMRForSleep, different sounds, nail tapping and scratching, brushing sounds and etc.
ASMR is not a medical treatment. ASMR is meant to induce tingles, relaxation, and sleep. Although it may make you feel better, it has not been proven to fix any mental health issues or conditions you may have. If you need help, PLEASE seek a professional.
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