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Research on 3D interaction has explored the application of multitouch technologies to 3D stereoscopic displays. However, the ability to perceive 3D objects at different depths (in front or behind the screen surface) conflicts with the necessity of expressing inputs on the screen surface. Touching the screen increases the risk of causing the vergence-accommodation conflict which can lead to the loss of the stereoscopic effect or cause discomfort. In this work, we present two studies evaluating adoi:10.1109/3dui.2016.7460025 dblp:conf/3dui/Simeone16 fatcat:gmk4se2cfzgvxevcpokgxmyz3q