by Peter Ryce


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
And here’s a picture I took last year when I was logged into a meeting using my Pocket PC.
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.
Now does anyone have an Xbox to try? 😉

Peter Ryce

Peter Ryce

As the Adobe Connect product evangelist, Peter is focused on customer satisfaction, product management, and marketing for critical applications such as web conferencing, learning, and mobile engagement. Since joining Adobe in 2000 he has held product management positions for a number of products including the Flash Media Server, Authorware, and Director.

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


  • 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