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by pryce

Created

March 9, 2007

Web Conferencing on Devices

A couple of months ago we saw this posting about logging into an Adobe Connect meeting from a Nintendo Wii
http://blogs.adobe.com/acrobatconnect/2007/01/web_conferencing_on_the_wii.html
And here’s a picture I took last year when I was logged into a meeting using my Pocket PC.
http://my.adobe.acrobat.com/meetingppc/
For fun, we’re setting out to see how many devices support the Adobe Connect meeting experience. Since we only need Flash Player to attend a meeting – it’s easy to see why “it just works”. There’s no need for Java or custom applications to be installed. And there aren’t any permissions problems because the Flash Player is pre-installed on so many operating systems that it is already there when you need it.
Last week I was talking to a friend of mine at Sony and asked him to log into my meeting – from his Sony PlayStation 3 – and it worked! Here’s a link to the photo he took while we were whiteboarding on an image. My video camera was live at the time.
http://my.adobe.acrobat.com/connectps3/
Now does anyone have an Xbox to try? ;-)

Adobe Connect is a web conferencing platform, powering complete solutions for web meetingseLearning, and webinars, on any device.

COMMENTS

  • By Steve - 3:09 PM on March 9, 2007  

    This is really cool. I just wish I could use Flash on my T-Mobile Dash smartphone (instead of flashlite)….

  • By Marius G - 6:55 AM on March 11, 2007  

    Very very cool. My N9500 does not support Flash Player so thats a set back for me. Maybe the new one will. Im a navigator fan :)

  • By haxor - 3:18 PM on March 19, 2007  

    Will it be possible to use adobe connect with flash lite 2.0?

  • By Mikael Sjoberg - 6:13 AM on October 8, 2007  

    Is it possible to make WM6 and adobe connect to work with flashplayer for pocket PC