The system of Anaptár applies graphic means in an even visually enjoyable way for depicting the following data: year, seasons, months, weeks, days, weekends, holidays, solstices and equinoxes, correction for summer and wintertime (daylight saving time), perihelion and aphelion, hours of sunshine, dawn, sunrise, culmination of the Sun, sunset, dusk, lunar cycles, moonrise, moonset, culmination of the Moon, cyclic alteration in the distance of the Moon to Earth, declination of the Moon, solar and lunar eclipses.
I always interest in everything connected to the moon, the declinations, positions, distance of the moon, and the moon phases. As a graphic designer I'm a visual type, and the way of understanding the moon related rules was the datavisualization of these datas. The most important thing for me was the moonrise and the moonset projection that I have never seen before. This visualisation of the moonrise and moonset is absolutely new. I think the most impressive effect of the Anaptár is the shape/drawing of the nature itself. We could see the way and dance of the moon. Because the forms were drawn by the nature (with the tool of datavisualization).
One may have come across calendars of a radial arrangement so far, nevertheless, this Anaptár calendar, visualising the data of the Sun and the Moon in a novel fashion, offers far more information than simply enumerating days, and also offers far more recognition. The method of data presentation and visual depiction of the lunar cycle never seen before actually makes astronomic correlations apparent. The development of this brand new system of representing lunar data was inspired by calendars of Très Riches Heures du duc de Berry, Giovanni Battista Agnese and Clipclop. Thanks to the infographic mapping of lunar and solar data requiring exceptional meticulousness, and the unique graphic and typographic solutions, Anaptár provides visual sensation even for beholders who would not pore over the details.