Relatively new on Kickstarter, here’s a project called CameraMator (awful name if you ask me) that’s a gizmo that attaches to your camera and connects to WiFi. Then there’s a companion iPhone/iPad app to let you view the image on your iOS mobile device. It also allows you to control white balance, aperture, shutter speed and ISO from the app. (Presumably there’s also something there that allows you to actually take the picture.) Apparently, if there’s no WiFi network available, the device also “creates” its own WiFi network. They’ve test it with Nikon and Canon DSLRs.
There are other devices out there that do this, but they cost a whole lot more than the this, which you can pick up for the early bird price of $185 (final retail price will be $300). So far they’ve only raised $12,000 of their $80,000 goal. If they get the money, the device will be available in November.