So i was playing around with the oak-d and oak-d pro. I figure the claim to measure depth up to 35 meter a bit special. I know the environment can have a huge impact on the depth measurements, but even if i provide good conditions, there is no way i get up to 35 meters i figure, it does not even measure up to my upper threshold of 15 meters. So for my application i need cameras which can track people around 4-15 meters.
From what i saw, if using a stereodepth setup, the only way to have reliable tracking, in desired range, would be to have a wider baseline. Lets say if in theory i can measure up to 100 meters, would that according to the disparity graph, give me a high probabilty to work within the ranges i want? Would the measuring error probably scale as well down for that range?