Ava Bartolome

Ava Bartolome
University of Minnesota Twin Cities | UMN

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ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) has grown to immense popularity on YouTube and drawn HCI designers' attention to its effects and applications in design. YouTube ASMR creators incorporate visual elements, sounds, motifs of touching and tasting, and other scenarios in multisensory video interactions to deliver enjoyable and relaxing exper...
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ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response) has grown to immense popularity on YouTube and drawn HCI designers' attention to its effects and applications in design. YouTube ASMR creators incorporate visual elements, sounds, motifs of touching and tasting, and other scenarios in multisensory video interactions to deliver enjoyable and relaxing exper...
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Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR) videos have become a popular video genre on YouTube and attracted millions of views every day. However, there is limited understanding in HCI and CSCW of how the ASMRtist community on YouTube leveraged the multi-sensorial stimuli to design the experiences of calm and relaxation and construct parasocial re...
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Loneliness threatens public mental wellbeing during COVID-19. In response, YouTube creators participated in the #StayHome #WithMe movement (SHWM) and made myriad videos for people experiencing loneliness or boredom at home. User-shared videos generate parasocial attachment and virtual connectedness. However, there is limited knowledge of how creato...
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Loneliness threatens public mental wellbeing during COVID-19. In response, YouTube creators participated in the #StayHome #WithMe movement (SHWM) and made myriad videos for people experiencing loneliness or boredom at home. User-shared videos generate parasocial attachment and virtual connectedness. However, there is limited knowledge of how creato...

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This project studies video-sharing and collaborative and community activities on social media. We examine activities around user-generated videos and creator-fan relationships to understand the affordances, roles, and technology designs of video-sharing platforms.