01. On startup the pixel objects necessary to form the current date fly in from the left of the screen.
02. Gradually the pixel objects begin to spring into place.
06. The forms of the calendar text begin to emerge.
09. Once the pixels have settled the black backing to indicate which element currently has focus appears.
10. Using the cursor keys the user changes the focus to the time element and alters the time.
11. The user then enters the text they wish to be displayed at that time.
12. The user presses save and their text is sent to the sculpture control computer.
14. After a set period of inactivity the interface switches to screen saver mode.
16. The pixels used in the calendar display fly off to settle in lines positioned randomly around the screen.
18. After a few seconds the line position is changed and the pixels fly off towards the new position.
21. At the touch of a key the user is asked for the current password before they can access the calendar.
24. As soon as the last character of the password is entered the pixels begin to spring back into their calendar positions.