The Thermoroid 10 is an instant camera inspired by the classic polaroid cameras from the 80s. The pictures are captured as 8 bit grayscale in a resolution of 120 by 128 pixels. The internal processor conditions the image‘s contrast and performs a gamma correction.
The photographer can also choose from 8 different effects like binarize, Laplace or Robinson edge detection. The image is down sampled to 10 different grayvalues, these grayvalues are then used to dither the image with a 3x3 matrix resulting in an image of 360 by 384 pixels. Using the integrated thermal printer the image will be printed on a paper reel usually found in cash registers.