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Que veut dire ASMR ?

ASMR est un terme devenue récemment à la mode, notamment par un phénomène de vidéo Youtube qui à déferler sur Internet.

Le principe faire des vidéos qui détendent, déstressent en proposant des vidéos sans parole, mais avec des bruits mécanique produit par les mains ou avec des outils.

 

La définition exacte d’ASMR

ASMR est acronyme anglais qui signifie « Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response » très dure à traduire en français. On pourrait dire que c’est une « réponse incontrôlable et agréable à des stimuli auditive ou visuel« .

 

Est-ce que les stimuli ASMR fonctionne sur tout les monde

Non, les réactions dépendent des stimuli, des situations et des personnes.

 

 

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Quel est l’homme le plus fort du monde en 2018 ?

Des années qu’il concourait, des années qui raflait les places d’honneur sans jamais atteindre le Graal. Mais il a persévéré, rien lâcher et enfin il l’a gagné. Le fameux concours de l’homme le fort du monde, fut gagné en 2018 par le non mais fameux Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson alias « La montage » surnom qu’il tient de son personnage au sein de la série Game of Thrones.

Chaque année, il se rapprochait de cette première place mais il lui manquait à chaque fois ce petit coup rein qui ferait la différence. Mais cette année, il était plus fort que jamais. Et on peut dire qu’à l’âge de 30 ans, l’islandais a atteint la maturité musculaire.

Petit rappel Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, c’est 2,06 mètre pour plus ou main 195kg. De quoi être tranquille pour les prochaines années dans ce concours de l’homme le plus fort du monde ?

Rendez vous pour le concours de l’homme le plus fort du monde 2019 qui aura lieu le 7 septembre à Manchester.

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Photo by @jsnjnr Rising to the occasion for #WHPLayers

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Rising to the occasion for #WHPLayers

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Video by @aleia You would not know it from the creepy cast of characters in her miniature scenes,…

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You would not know it from the creepy cast of characters in her miniature scenes, but Aleia Murawski (@aleia) didn’t always love bugs. “Snails were my gateway to overcoming my fear of creepy crawlers… except centipedes still kind of freak me out,” explains the 29-year-old artist, who found three pet snails with her friend and collaborator Sam Copeland a few years ago. “After watching the snails, we started to personify them and began imagining little worlds to build around them.” Now, all the stars of Aleia’s scenes have a home in her unique family: there are the star snails, Noodle and Buddy, the praying mantises, Deborah and Barbara, and even a frog named Froggo.
“My work is about the everyday, but it is also about imagining other possibilities,” explains Aleia. “The stories feel limitless, no matter how mundane. Working with snails has allowed me to process my own world and reinterpret my reality. Creating a scene with a snail up all night alone in the office, or two snails driving off into the sunset, helps me turn my own stress and intuitions into something playful and tangible.” Aleia’s parting words for the Instagram community? “A snail can do anything, and so can you.”
See more of her creepy cast in action on today’s story and our IGTV channel. 🐌🖤👽

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Photo by @freyaeverafter_ The birds roam free in Rupa Sutton’s (@freyaeverafter_) bedroom. “While…

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The birds roam free in Rupa Sutton’s (@freyaeverafter_) bedroom. “While the feathers on the surface are absolutely beautiful to see, there’s a whole layer underneath that’s hidden until they fluff up for preening or bathing,” says Rupa of her birds Sprig and Willow. “The hidden colors are some of the most intense. It’s truly a special treat to get a glimpse of them.” #WHPLayers

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Photo by @rkrkrk After multiple attempts to capture Mount Fuji over the years, Ryosuke Kosuge…

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After multiple attempts to capture Mount Fuji over the years, Ryosuke Kosuge (@rkrkrk) captured his dream shot. 🗻 “My photography style is ‘dense,’” says the photographer from Tokyo, “which predominantly captures lots of information and density.” Follow along as we feature more of our favorite submissions to last weekend’s hashtag project, #WHPLayers.

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Photo by @iraville “I like the idea that we can do things by ourselves and don’t have to buy…

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“I like the idea that we can do things by ourselves and don’t have to buy everything,” says illustrator, designer and #DIY enthusiast Ira Sluyterman van Langeweyde (@iraville). “Self-made things are more special and valuable. For me, it’s much more fulfilling to paint into a sketchbook I have bound myself, with watercolors I have made myself.” Ira finds inspiration for her watercolor illustrations in a number of things: picture books, animated films, small towns, idyllic scenes of everyday life.
This month, she is participating in Flow Germany’s (@flow_magazin) #DIYnachten project. Every day in December, Flow will reveal a new tutorial for a DIY gift — just like a Christmas advent calendar. Spoiler alert: Ira’s self-made gift is a watercolor bookmark. “I like to read myself,” she says. “Also, I thought it would be a good idea for making book presents more unique.” 🎁🎄

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Video by @zakthebaker The driving force behind Zak Stern’s — better known as @zakthebaker — love of…

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The driving force behind Zak Stern’s — better known as @zakthebaker — love of baking? Craftsmanship. “It’s not so much about me expressing myself through one-of-a-kind creations,” explains Zak. “It’s more about reaching towards perfection through practice and repetition and in service to the community.” Right now, Zak and his team are baking a lot of babka in his Miami bakery for #Hanukkah.
“We make this babka every day, mixing, filling, braiding, proofing, baking. And each day we’re trying to get that perfect, creamy honeycomb crumb with the perfect balance of crispy, crunchy crust. Then, poof, it’s gone. Someone buys it, and they hopefully enjoy it. And we start the whole process over again the next day. This is what I love about craftsmanship: It’s a journey. It’s a never-ending pursuit of trying to make each day better than before.”
Learn more about Zak (and his babka) on our IGTV channel.

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Featured photo by @mao_kokubu Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPLayers This weekend the challenge is to…

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Weekend Hashtag Project: #WHPLayers
This weekend the challenge is to make images and videos that play with layers and depth, as in this featured photo from @mao_kokubu. Here are some tips:
Build depth in your image. Accentuate the background or foreground elements in your image or video. Whether it’s a closeup detail of a giant leaf, an out of focus building on the horizon or a car passing through the foreground of your frame, objects can come together to create a layered composition.
Look for pre-existing layers. Think about documenting your subject behind interesting layers, like a wire fence, or through a window with interesting reflections.
Get detailed. You can embody a sense of depth and layers in the details of an intricate hairstyle, the colorful layers of a tall cake or even what lies beneath a corner of peeling paint.
PROJECT RULES: Please add the #WHPLayers hashtag only to photos and videos shared over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. By adding the #WHPLayers hashtag, you consent to and grant Instagram all rights to repost your photo or video. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video shared over the weekend with the #WHPLayers hashtag is eligible for the project and, if selected, to be featured next week.

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Video by @vickiee_yo Starting today, you can make a close friends list on Stories and share with…

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Starting today, you can make a close friends list on Stories and share with just the people you’ve added. Instagram Stories has become the place to express yourself and share everyday moments, but our community has grown and sometimes what you want to share isn’t for everyone. With Close Friends, you have the flexibility to share more personal moments with a smaller group that you choose.
To add people to your list, go to your profile and tap on “Close Friends” in the side menu. Only you can see your close friends list and no one can request to be added, so you can feel comfortable adjusting it at any time. When you share to Stories, you’ll see the option to share with just the people on your close friends list. If someone has added you to their list, you will see a green badge when you’re viewing their Stories. You’ll also see a green ring around their profile photo in the Stories tray.
Close Friends will be rolling out globally today on the latest version of Instagram for iOS and Android.

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