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It’s easy to find Beanbags (call +9126407382), Royal Enfields and Old Monk Rum in Bombay, but where do you find the parts to build an EyeWriter? Scroll down boss, scroll down.

A Part and Tool List for building a MumbaiWriter: a solder-less version of EyeWriter made from parts and tools found locally in Mumbai.

Store  Parts  Direction  Contact  Cost 
Patel Electric & Hardware  Insulated Tape, small screwdrivers, cable ties, iron wire, pliers/cutters  Opp. I.I.T. Market, Powai, Mumbai – 400 076  +91 22 2578 7524  234 Rs. 
Paras Photo Studio and Color Lab  Unexposed & processed 400 speed film  Shop No.3, Opp. State Bank of India IIT Main Gate, Powai 400 076  +91 22 2570 5014  175 Rs. 
Gala Electronics  2x Near IR LEDs, 1 meter 10 conductor stranded wire, 6x aligator clips, AA Battery holders  Sho No-2, Kotwal Mansion
Grant Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400007, India
022 8821236
+91 22 2387 9562  65 Rs 
Mccann Infosys  Intex Webcam 2.0 megapixels   Plot Number 347, Shop Number 45, Rajesh Building, Opposite Lamington Road Police Station, Dr. Dadasaheb Bhadkamkar Marg
Lamington Road, Mumbai, Mumbai 400007, India
+ 91 22 2389 1916  380 Rs.  
D-Mart  Cheap Sunglasses  Ground Floor, High Street Corner, Hiranandani Gardens, Mumbai, India  n/a  149 Rs. 

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And if you wanna see what the resolution looks like on the other side of the tracks, here is documentary filmmaker Mark Foster’s take on the EyeWriter parts hunt.

Stay tuned for an upcoming post with assembly instructions from the FAT Lab: Jugaad since 2007.

BIG Thanks to Mark Foster, Anurag Garg, Vikrum Sood, Sreekumar Puthanveetil, Amitabh Bhattacharya, P-13, Nomad Films, Andthen, I.I.T. Bombay, Hanif Kureshi, Wilson, Shaunak, Vikas and the rest of the MumbaiWriter family…

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