Moimento is a wooden box with several wooden balls, the beads, with NFC tags. Each of them holds voice recordings of a loved one that can be curated on a website. When they are placed on the box or on a phone, the recordings are played, or paused if they already play. On another area of the box, new recordings can be recorded and added to the bead. We used a lasercutter to shape two designated touching areas (+ and ▶). Moimento is the result of a design project where we wanted to find out how we can carefully facilitate the relationship between the bereaved and a person who has passed away, without breaking it with redundant design choices. The tragic event of a death brings back a lot of memories, and many bereaved people face the difficulty of reflection. We designed four concepts and developed one, Moimento, into a working physical prototype. Our goal was to enable the bereaved to curate and appropriate their memories in a physical way. Each of us interviewed a close person who had lost a loved one, showing us that the bereaved like control and ubiquitous objects, but won't benefit from randomness or ritual interaction.