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6-PH27

Exploring the Visualization of ASMR Sounds Using a Tonoscope and Chladni Plate

Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics
Sebastian Cooksey

Grade:
6
Teacher:
Mrs. Kristin Sixt

I am a huge fan of ASMR and other interesting sounds. Like many ASMR artists, I like using common objects you can find around the house called ""triggers"" to create sounds. I then record them and experience them through my headphones. Most ASMR artists who post their sounds on YouTube feature their face or hands making the sound. I wanted to come up with a more interesting way to visualize those sounds that is as relaxing or mesmerizing as the sound itself. In this project, I built and experimented with both a tonoscope and Chladni plate to see if I could create an interesting audiovisual of an ASMR sound that I could share with my friends and family.


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One thought on “Exploring the Visualization of ASMR Sounds Using a Tonoscope and Chladni Plate

  1. This is outstanding. There has been little to no research on ASMR in the scientific community so you are a trailblazer!

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