I am planning to operate my OAK-D camera vertically. The baseline will be vertical, the two stereo cams will be one above the other.
Will be there any major drawback?
The purpose of this unconventional mounting and operating the camera is to use the wider HFOV in place of the VFOV.
I will be using the camera to scan along a very near surface (around 80 cm far from camera) and I need to capture the widest vertical strip of the target.
I also considered the WIDE version of the OAK-D but the wider lens (wider also in vertical) would add significative distortion to the pictures.
I am accepting any other hint about how to get the same result with other means than physically rotating the camera.