"Al's Clock" is about a clock with a twist, the hands are still while the face moves. This is one of many interesting clocks from a collection that belongs to esteemed Mechanical Engineering Professor, Albert "Al" Pisano at the University of California's Berkeley Campus. More about Al's amazing contributions here:

me.berkeley.edu/faculty/pisano/

linkedin.com/in/albertpisano

UPDATE (September, 2013)
Professor Pisano has been named Dean of the Jacobs School of Engineering at UCSD:
jacobsschool.ucsd.edu/news/news_releases/release.sfe?id=1387

"Al's Clock" is my debut of Cubism in motion. Perhaps you could see this coming from some previous works that I jokingly refer to as 'Sub-Cubism':

"Altered Trains"
vimeo.com/56607574

"K I T E S"
vimeo.com/47605517

"Freight Shred"
vimeo.com/41370218

Thank you Al for allowing me access to your office to video capture your wonderful clock.

Camera, original music, and editing by Phil Loarie

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