Magnetic Games loves to build complex sculptures out of magnetic spheres and rods. Not only are these fun to look at, but the sound they make when they click together is quite satisfying. It’s just as entertaining to watch them crumble, and the noises are equally ASMR, so put on your headphones and enjoy.
Kevin James cooks up another one of life’s simple pleasures, a double-decker peanut butter and jelly sandwich on toasted white bread, with potato chips, and a cold glass of whole milk. He makes it look so good that we’re gonna fix ourselves one of these childhood delights for lunch.
“Toastflip… Drippy cheese…” Comedian Kevin James offers his take on those auditorily-stimulating ASMR videos. Put on your headphones, crank up the volume, and drift off into a meditative coma as he fixes a delicious sandwich that’s easy enough for anyone to make.
In this soothing LEGO build video, Jason Alleman of JK Brickworks shows off another one of his awesome kinetic sculptures. Like his others creations, it can be driven by crank or a motor. If you want one for your own desktop, he’s posted the build instructions and a link to buy the bricks on his website.
Sound designer Michiel de Boer presents a lesson on origins of the humble mouse cursor, as well as its evolution in both Windows and Mac. Not only did Michiel put the research in, he also has a soothing voice. Plus he made his own versions of the Windows cursors.
In this silly stop-motion short by omozoc, a writer struggles with a stuck key on his computer’s keyboard and decides the best course of action is to chop it up and turn the thing into a sandwich. Headphone wearers, get ready for some delightful ASMR clicking sounds.
“After probably about 200 sketches, I decided on the free-range chicken… and that makes sense to me.” TheCrafsMan shows us how he designs then sculpts a figure for resin casting, while wooing us with the most soothing voice in an art lesson since the mighty Bob Ross.
Kiwamijapan loves to make DIY weapons and tools. But this one takes the cake. He took katsuobushi – dried and preserved tuna (aka bonito) – which is literally hard as a rock, and turned it into a knife. Get ready for a whole lot of soothing sharpening and filing sounds.