I'm doing a project where I will take a Raspberry Pi Zero and build a model RC plane with two small DC drone motors.
The frame of the plane houses a battery, the Pi Zero, and the two motors (in the back.)
It's basically a 3D-printed paper airplane with two motors.
The idea is that the Pi will host a WiFi network and a website on that network. I'll be able to connect to the WiFi, navigate to the page, and control each motor to make it turn and fly.
I was hoping to be able to control the motors' speed by changing the voltage output of the Pi, but I soon realized that you can only output 3.3V or 0V.
If I switch between 0V and 3.3V very quickly, will that change the general speed of the motors?
I don't have any room on-board for a motor controller, either.