BD-J and license issues...
I want to create a blu-ray disk that will contain only a java application in it (no movie), that this java application will implement a simple pattern generator for calibrating a tv.
I downloaded as a starting point the code from HDCookbook, and from what I understood, I have to ask for some stubs from BDA (Bluray Disk Association).
From their documents, I understood that I am allowed to evaluate and test what I will be given, but I am not able to distribute anything.
So, my question is: I have to acquire a license from BDA to distribute any disk that contains a BD-J application, no matter how simple it is?
What I want to create is quite simple: just an Xlet that fills the whole screen with a single colour, and perhaps accessing a server. I don't need any advanced BD-J features like animation, etc.
Is the whole idea of java in bluray player patented, or only some elements of it?
Does anybody knows?