Flash Player 10.1 pre-release on Nexus One

Nexus One running Flash Player 10.1 from Ralph Hauwert on Vimeo.

This is a video of the Nexus One with a pre-release version of Adobe Flash Player 10.1. It does not represent the final quality of the Flash Player on this specific device. But it’s pretty good as is!

This is the Nexus One running 2 demos. First a Nexus one specific version of the “Milkyball“, which is adjusted in resolution and screensize.

Second a non-adjusted version of FlashModPlug, an experimental project I’m currently working on. It’s a port and wrapper of LibModPlug, running inside the Flash Player through Adobe Alchemy.

Conclusion 10.1 on the Nexus is really, really fast!

(go to vimeo for the full resolution version). (link to nexus demo)

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15 Responses to Flash Player 10.1 pre-release on Nexus One

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  2. It just seems wrong to say I enjoy watching your balls, but that’s what I just did. ;)

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  4. Chuck says:

    Ralph, smooth job getting this working. I especially like the touch response with the 3D object. I challenge you to come up with a more dramatic engagement — perhaps showing press/depress reaction on a 3D object where your finger leaves impressions on material, etc.

    Awesome stuff!

  5. jankees says:

    Looks good, I tried some of my own projects on a Nexus One a few weeks ago. It was almost as good as on the desktop. Unbelievable.

  6. zerk says:

    Well, since the desktop version of your milkyball use a extremely high % of the CPU, I was really surprised how well it worked on a small mobile device!!

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  8. ironic says:

    LOL… ironic that you can’t view this on an android Coz you need flash player !!!! FAIL….!

  9. thonbo says:

    Hey ralphy can you put it on youtube, i cant watch vimeo with fp4 lite

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  12. jep says:

    The webpage in this demo is offline. So we cannot see how the mobile milkyball performs on the desktop. (So how much he cheated) In vergelijking met de originele versie. Die valsspeler :P

    “Hier is de betreffende demo.

    Als je met je echte email had gereageerd had ik je dat gelijk kunnen sturen, maar ik kan moeilijk gaan jagen naar een jep@jeppe.nl in enschede.

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  14. jep says:

    Jep, hier ben ik… En het is Jep uit Enschede via Ziggo ( ensch1.ov.home.nl ) :P En zo moeilijk moet dat toch niet zijn als je in Hardewijk woont? ;)

  15. Don’t know.. but i think the flash player isn’t so important on the smartphone. I think its better if the browser understands html 5. So you can also watch videos and can do crazy stuff like games… and its much better in performance benchmarks.

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