Today I thought, "ahh lemme just give Google a call and see". At this moment there is a new N5 being shipped to my location. I have to say I'm really happy with Google support, the way they handled this and the several replacements of my Glass, it's unmatched. Had I bought that phone via a contract through a mobile carrier like Sprint, I'd be hosed.
It uses 4 18 volt cordless drill motors, 2 speed controllers to control speed/direction and a FlySky transmitter (meant for planes/drones/helicopters but works great). Oh, and my brittle fingertips from all the wire cutting and soldering.
Got everything programmed and wired up last night, it's working with the transmitter and receiver. Next up: fabrication mwahaha!
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