Wildlife is an art project by Karolina Sobecka that brings a bit of the jungle to the urban environment. Using a projector pointed out the window of a car, the participant plasters a giant tiger on the buildings that are whizzing by. The tiger doesn't just stand there though, no sir. The projector is hooked up to a sensor that can tell how fast the wheels are spinning and controls the speed of the tiger's run accordingly. So at a stop light the tiger stands there and looks around, but once you get moving again he sprints along the buildings, trees, and pedestrians next to you. The effect of the projection is amazing; the tiger sprints along, semi-transparently, creating a moving work of art that goes wherever you do. Kind of a more sophisticated update to the SMS Guerrilla Projector, Wildlife is an art project that isn't for sale, but damn if I wouldn't love to have a setup like this. That is if I had a car. Imagine if this was hooked up in every cab in New York… it would certainly bring a new flavor to the streets. Be sure to check out the video on the site for the full effect. Thanks to Toby for the tip!