This is the Polar Clock (apparently, it’s soooo 2009). I recommend grabbing the screensaver or smartphone app (Win/Mac/Android/iPhone versions all available). In a pinch, you can watch a video of someone else running the app here.
Polar Clock isn’t precisely a Meyerian What Can You Do With This? creature. But I do think the Polar Clock falls in the same genus as WCYDWT because it could inspire some pretty cool mathematical investigations.
If you’re a Georgia math teacher, check out standards from Math II, specifically the properties-of-circles stuff under MM2G3.
I ask y’all, what mathy questions does the Polar Clock inspire? Leave ’em in the comments.
 As I understand it, Dan Meyer’s WCYDWT requires that the problem have a hook anyone can guess at, that the math scaffolding can slowly be lowered, and that the photo/video/hologram/whatever look good. I got this based on my reading of http://blog.mrmeyer.com/?cat=70.