Has anyone tried to do so?
I am designing a wheeled mobile robot where, for navigation, I hope to recognize objects close to the ground. The objects could be 50 cm to 1000 cm away (cross fingers, I've not even trained a model yet). To do this I could easily do a fixed mount for the OAK; in fact I've done so already using off-the-shelf parts. I'd also like to be able to recognize some faces. Based on some work I've done, with a fixed OAK, the camera would have to be > 250 cm away from a sitting person's face for a face to be in the VFOV. That may or may not be OK; I've not done all the work yet to know.
In any case, the goals got me to thinking about mounting the device on a servo. Sounds like a job for a good mechanical designer and a 3D printer. I am not, and I don't own a 3D printer. So, I'm looking for some input. It seems an interesting challenge with the 1/4-20 screw and potentially stiff (mine are) signal and power cables.