a. collecting a plurality of sheep in a defined area;
b. determining a single direction in which to herd said sheep;
c. positioning at a point approximately 180 degrees from said single direction an image of a wolf of sufficient size to be visible to the most distant of said plurality of sheep;
d. moving said image of a wolf in said single direction in which said plurality of sheep are to be herded
This, would satisfy the Bilski "machine-or-transformation" test, of course, because it "transforms" a milling plurality of sheep into a focused, directed herd.