What is ASMR?
ASMR stands for autonomous sensory meridian response; a term used to describe a tingling, static-like, or goosebumps sensation in response to specific triggering audio or visual stimuli. These sensations are said to spread across the skull or down the back of the neck and, for some, down the spine or limbs. When experiencing ASMR sensations, some people report pleasant feelings of relaxation, calm, sleepiness or well-being.
What is ASMRtist?
ASMRtist is the abbreviation of these 2 words: ASMR artist, which is anyone who creates something to stimulate ASMR, to represent ASMR, or that is inspired by ASMR. The most common ASMR artists are video artists.
The Internet is flooded with ASMR videos. The videos are a compilation of many sounds made by the host that include his voice or the sounds from various objects in the videos. They mostly murmur in the videos, and the sounds of soap cutting and breaking are very profound. Many YouTubers are producing videos on a variety of topics which vary in nature. These videos are quite a riot, and we get stumbled upon these videos while surfing through the net. In these videos, they manage to hold our attention.
Which are the props and objects frequently used by ASMRtists?
Props, items and objects are essential tools for the ASMRtists. They are used in every ASMR video to create the tingling sensations viewers are looking for. You can specialize in one item and explore all the sounds and sensations it has to offer, or experiment with many to create a more varied channel. Either way, since ASMR is both audio and visual, make sure your ASMR tools sound and look good. There are so many props can be used in making ASMR video to attract the viewers, such as bead balls, brushes, kinetic sand, mini mics, pop it tools, rollers, slime, soap, etc.
Gemstone dice and glass dice: flashy and gogerous props for ASMRtist to make ASMR video
Usually, dice are used in table top role playing games (TTRPG), such as Dungeons and Dragons, Shadowrun, Pathfinder, Magic the Gathering, Heroscape, Savage World, Warhammer, Yahtzee, and many other dice-based games. And there are different material dice made from resin, metal, gemstone and glass. Since gemstone dice set and glass dice set are natural gorgeous works of art stunningly handcrafted and beautifully unique, they can be used to make ASMR videos, especially the sound of rolling them. The crisp clicking sound they make as they tumble and land can be quite satisfying to listen to.
Here we strongly recommend to use this Prismatic Dichroic Gemstone Glass Dice Set, which is colorful.
Additionally, the tactile sensation of holding the dice and feeling their weight and texture can add another layer of sensory stimulation to your ASMR experience. So, yes, dice can make an excellent prop for ASMR!
Dice themselves are not typically used for helping with sleep. However, there are some games that involve rolling dice which can be relaxing and enjoyable, and may help to take one's mind off of other concerns before bedtime. Additionally, some people find fidgeting with dice or other small objects to be calming and soothing, which could potentially help with falling asleep.