Japan's giant 3D cat enamoring commuters

the giant cat briefly pops into view, flicking his tail and gazing down on the streets below.

A giant cat is now looming over a street in Japan and surprising passersby. The 3D feline appears to be perched over one of Tokyo’s busiest railway stations in the city’s Shinjuku district.

 

The “Shinjuku cat” moves and meows while being displayed on a 1,664-square-foot curved 4K LED screen, appearing to be larger than life.

 

Every few minutes, the giant cat briefly pops into view, flicking his tail and gazing down upon a growing band of admirers on the streets below.

 

The cat makes an appearance several hours a day in between digital ads. At night, Shinjuku cat lies down and falls asleep, but is active during the day.

 

Just last year the Starship Enterprise appeared to fly out of a wall and over the heads of shoppers in Chengdu, China, and in Taiwan, an LED cyclops menaced pedestrians.

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