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Position paper for the work- shop on Sharing Perspectives on the Design of Shape-Changing Interfaces at the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI'16); We present the results of a focus group that aims at exploring deformable and shape-changing objects that are already surrounding users in their daily life. The reason why we are doing this is that, although shapechanging interfaces are becoming more popular, it is currently not clear what type of shape-changes are relevant for the design of these new devices. With our approach we hope to elicit new ideas of shape-change interaction. We discuss the implications for design and the future direction of this work.