The results presented here were obtained by the 25 participants of the workshop on MISR. They are the reflection of a highly diverse group of researchers, diverse both in culture and in background. The participants were divided into 6 groups, each grouped worked on a set of micro-gestures in a context they decided: >> “celebration”, >> “idle open to communication”, >> “handing over”, >> “conflict resolution”, >> “impossible verbal communication”, >> “listening - processing information”. The modes of interaction were presented by participants using theatrical robot presentations: one participant playing the role of the robot, the others the users. These short use-cases were filmed and 3 modes of interaction (celebration, handing over, idle open to communication) were developed in real time on a Nao robot.