What is an iTV Set? An interactive television set is a new type of consumer electronics product that features a computer inside of a television set. This allows interactive content such as games, iTV apps, iTV websites and interactive television programming, along with standard Internet usage and advanced 3D simulations such as VR and AR. iTV Sets usually run either an HTML5 OS such as Opera OS (Sony Bravia iTV Sets), Tizen OS (Samsung iTV Sets), Firefox OS (Panasonic iTV Sets), Ubuntu OS, or an Android OS, such as Android TV, available in 64-bit Android 5.x, 6.0 and 7.x.

Which Open Source Platforms and Programming Languages Does The iTV Design Agency Develop With? We develop iTV websites and iTV applications using the HTML5, CSS3, SVG, and XML mark-up languages in conjunction with WebGL 2, Java 9, JavaScript/ECMAscript and JavaFX programming languages on open Linux, Android, Lumberyard, Torque and HTML5 platforms.

What Multimedia Formats Do You Use to Deliver Client-Side iTV Content? We deliver iTV programs and iTV applications which leverage Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG for 2D Illustration), Portable Network Graphics (PNG for Digital Imagery), MPEG-4 and WebM (Digital Video), MPEG-4, OGG and FLAC (Digital AUdio), and Vulkan, OpenGL ES 3.2 and WebGL 2 (3D or i3D) programming languages for Android TV or HTML5 (for trademarked "Smart TV" or "Connected TV" iTV Sets) Linux-based OSes.

What Content Production Software does your Artisans and Designers Use? We use GIMP 2.10, Adobe Photoshop, and Fusion for Digital Imaging, Autodesk 3D Studio MAX for 3D Animation, NetBeans 9 (HTML5 and JavaFX), IntelliJ 2017 (Android Studio 2.4), SILO 2.3.1, Moment of Inspiration, Blender 3D (3D Modeling), Audacity (Digital Audio), and DaVinci Resolve 12.5 (Digital Video).