Inventor Ledewyek Zimmer adjusts some of the many dials on his huge clock.
Titles read: "THE CLOCK THAT THINKS!"
New York, United States of America.
Various shots of clockmaker Ledewyek Zimmer adjusting several dials on his own invention of a huge, three-paneled clock covered with clock faces, globes and dials. Different dials record the rotation of the earth, the position of the earth in relation to the planets, tidal movements and so on. At the bottom of the clock some automatons spin round on small spheres, recording the movements of the stars.