That tech and concept have been around forever and I've yet to see someone implement it in the UI of any device. Believe there was one attempt to integrate it with the UI of an Android device but don't think anything came of it.
You know the old story, right? You come into possession of plans for the Empire's moon-sized space station, and now they've come to capture you. What to do? Well, if you've got access to a Kinect, an iPad, and the String SDK, you're in luck. The folks at LAAN Labs demonstrated a nifty little hack that can turn 3D data recorded using the Xbox 360 peripheral into a Princess Leia-esque augmented reality image playable on the Apple tablet. Check the video below -- unless you're a scruffy-looking nerf herder, that is.
1) If Using safari or any other browser which refuses to open pdf files, the browser will close, an error may appear.. Restart the Ipad and Cydia should be present on the dash, on the last page.
2) Using a browser such as Terra, which is able to process .pdf files (easiest method).. The browser will close and Cydia will install in front of your very eyes..
Either way can you see Cydia on the dash? And does it load up? If you answered yes to both questions - Well done! You have successfully jailbroken your Ipad 2. If you run into any problems along the way, try clearing the browsers cache or try an alternative web browser. If still to no avail restart the Ipad and try again.
For most its an easy job done. Time to put the kettle on, put your feet up and enjoy the Dual core freedom. Thanks to Comex.