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This study is aimed at understanding deformation-based user gestures by observing users interacting with artificial deformable displays with various levels of flexibility. We gained user-defined gestures that would help with the design and implementation of deformation-based interface, without considering current technical limitations. We found that when a display material gave more freedom from deformation, the level of consensus of gestures among the users as well as the intuitiveness anddoi:10.1145/1753326.1753572 dblp:conf/chi/LeeKJCKJKL10 fatcat:o5kvzhezdje4bhqlqweysrii5q