The iTV Mag i3D section will teach you about the 3D hardware and 3D software technologies that power your iTV Set's ability to render real-time 3D graphics, which I like to call i3D or Interactive 3D, and which are commonly known as "Augmented Reality" or AR, or "Virtual Reality" or VR, or "Mixed Reality" or MR. This knowledge of 3D will allow you to get the most mileage out of i3D content, such as that on the website, regarding your HD or UHD iTV Set purchase. This is because the more you know about i3D technology regarding your interactive television set, the more seamless 3D experiences you will be able to immerse yourselves in. It is important to remember that your iTV Set is really just a 3D-capable computer contained in your HD iTV Set. This means that your iTV Set can "render" a great many i3D applications and games in real-time, using OpenGL and WebGL2. The i3D GPU, or "Graphics Processing Unit" in your iTV Set is both powerful and complicated, and 3D concepts will be far more difficult to master than 2D concepts, so you probably want to learn about the capabilities of this 3D technology in your iTV set here at There are two primary processor types that can process i3D using only 60 watts of power, the AMD Ryzen and the nVidia Tegra Parker. These feature four, six or eight processors, allowing eight, twelve or sixteen "threads" or processing pipelines (virtual CPUs). The iTV Set manufacturers will be moving to include powerful 3D capable processors in their products because it makes the iTV set into a game console, and far more customers want to play i3D games on a 75 inch screen than on a 5 inch screen! Not to mention a huge iTV is essentially a cooling tower for a 60 watt processor! I use the AMD Ryzen for VFX and i3D production supercomputers that only use 60 watts of power for 16 processes running at 3.4GHz each with 32GB DDR4 memory at a total cost of less than $600. So imagine what an i3D powered iTV set can do! Amazing!