Figure provides access to portraits taken in Figure photobooths. The API uses cursors for slicing and paginating lists of portraits in descending chronological order. Pictures are available in the following resolutions: 1280px, 1080px, 800px, and 300px. Each portrait has a unique 5 character identification code. JSON is the preferred format for all requests/responses. Figure is a self-service photobooth designed and manufactured in Montreuil, Seine-Saint-Denis, France. The parts are tailor-made from local craftsmen. The result is a solid booth that can be installed and dismantled simply and quickly. The booths are available to private citizens for rental or permanent installation.
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