Welcome to the iTV Design 3D Simulation section of our website, where we discuss the OpenGL ES 3.2 technology and AEP (Android Extension Pack) in Android 5, 6, 7 and 8 for Android TV, featuring Vulkan i3D for Android, as well as the WebGL (OpenGL ES 2.0) and WebGL2 (OpenGL ES 3.1 and later) technology in HTML5 iTV apps, iTV websites and HTML5 OSes. There is OpenGL ES 3.1 support in the JavaFX 9 multimedia engine that is now a part of Java 9 SE, Java 9 SE Embedded, Java 9 ME and Java 9 ME Embedded, and Java 9 EE. These (Android, HTML5, Java, Linux) are the open source technologies taking over all of the consumer electronics devices, because they are "open," and free for commercial use, so any manufacturer can put them on their UHD iTV Sets, or other kind of consumer electronics product that they wish. This is why market share percentages for all of these open source platforms are already close to the 90 percentile, if not exceeding it. This is why we develop on open source, because all devices can use it, not just one company's hardware, which is silly, and exceedingly expensive as well.

The iTV Design Agency has been creating i3D, or Interactive 3D, for the world's leading branded display manufacturers, for well over two decades, originally using the PDF (Acrobat 3D) format, long before HTML5 and WebGL added i3D capabilities to HTML5 browsers, HTML5 SmartPhones and HTML5 iTV Sets, or before Android and Vulkan added i3D capabilities to Android TV and billions of other Android devices. VR, MR, AR and i3D is one of the hottest topics out there today, and if you think that looks impressive on a 5 inch smartphone, think of Interactive 3D Content and Virtual Reality on a 55" iTV Set, which costs half as much and is a hundred times larger.

Hardly any advertising, marketing, or branding agencies are leveraging i3D HTML5 WebGL or WebGL2 capabilities, much less Vulkan on Android, or even Lumberyard or Torque, so we are here to fill that void, and pull off the never before done i3D user experiences that are sure to blow end-users, customers, students, viewers, and clients away with the latest i3D game engine rendering technologies. Even fewer agencies are focusing on iTV Sets, even though a billion or more have been sold since 2012. Nearly a decade ago we created a Touchscreen HD iTV game (two if them, actually) for Tyco Electronics, for its EloTouch Systems touchscreen manufacturing division for its use at international tradeshows. Recently at Black Friday through Cyper Monday tens of millions of 2K and 4K iTV Sets were sold from $75 to $475 each ranging from 39" to 65" in size; and soon there will be billions of iTV sets installed in homes around the world.

If your company needs to use the latest 3D rendering technologies in an interactive, open source environment to accomplish your leading-edge business objectives, please contact us today at: info@iTVdesign.com, and we will make it happen for your company using only a few megabytes of data footprint.