Adobe Flash is one of the popular multimedia presentation types in modern computer applications. A Flash player renders 2D vector graphics images, while the image quality is not degraded no matter how it is scaled up or down. A variety of Flash animations and games have been implemented on mobile devices recently, but they are difficult to be played smoothly without a high end processor. Since the OpenVG standard was released and the accelerator was realized, the performance of vector graphics rendering on embedded devices are enhanced. The stereoscopic 3D application has been getting more attention, so we developed a Flash player with a depth map configuration tool to convert a 2D images to 3D based on Depth-Image-Based Rendering (DIBR) algorithm. The enhanced Flash player which supports OpenVG renderer library was realized to display the stereoscopic image by modifying the Gnash to translate the Flash SWF format to the OpenVG, which is then processed by the OpenVG accelerator.