Laboratories are where science and creativity meet to develop, research, and explore new ideas. Mozilla Labs embraces this great tradition - a virtual lab where people come together to create, experiment, and play with new Web innovations and technologies.
Anything goes here. Crazy ideas and inspirations are encouraged as we all explore and experiment with brand new ideas in whole new ways. Mozilla Labs is about inspiring and harnessing the intelligence, wisdom, and energy of the Mozilla community; let’s imagine the future of the Web, and then let’s build it together.
Mozilla Data Futures Lab Launch en Recorded Mozilla Mozilla Fellows & Awardees, Mozilla, Data In a world where data is only growing in importance, envisioning a healthier internet means rethinking dominant models of data governance to propose alternatives. Drawing Example. This is a simple drawing example. Try drawing something with a friend in the canvas below! Check out this code on JSFiddle here.
A series of experiments and explorations from Mozilla Labs focused on analyzing, experimenting and prototyping improvements on how you search and discover content. We’ve focusing on three main areas: websites you have visited, tabs you are currently viewing, and pages you haven’t visited yet. Mozilla Hacks is written for web developers, designers and everyone who builds for the Web. Hacks is produced by Mozilla's Developer Relations team and features hundreds of posts from Mozilla.
All are welcome. Come play.
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Mozilla Labs is using Google Groups for all its discussions. You can also join the <a href='irc://irc.mozilla.org/labs'>#labs</a> IRC channel for real-time discussion.
Most Labs projects have a Twitter account - follow us if you're interested in up-to-the-minute news:
- RETIRED: Jetpack
- RETIRED: Personas
- RETIRED: Ubiquity
- RETIRED: Weave
- RETIRED: Bespin
Let’s invent something together. Every day, Mozilla Research engineers tackle the most challenging problems on the web platform. All our promising solutions are developed in open communities, so we can build the Internet of the future together.
Build virtual and augmented reality applications for headsets and browsers.
- Learn aboutMixed Reality
Tomorrow’s media codecs and formats should be scalable, web-friendly and open to all.
- Read about AV1 & Media Codecs
Speech & Machine Learning
This speech-to-text engine uses deep learning techniques to improve accuracy.
- Read about Speech & Machine Learning
Get speed, parallelism, and safety in this modern systems programming language.
- Learn aboutRust
This modern browser engine, written in Rust, takes advantage of parallel-processing hardware.
- Learn about theServo engine
- Learn aboutWebAssembly
How to Get Involved
Join us. We’re looking for talented folks to join our Emerging Technologies team. You’ll work on projects with potential to turn into end-user products – and make the web a better place.
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Interested in getting support for your research conference or developer conference? We’d like to help. Read through our guidelines, and apply for a conference sponsorship. Learn more.
Join us for a three-month internship. We accept applications from graduate students in the fall for the following summer. Visit Mozilla’s Careers page to see available internships.
We welcome Visiting Scientists, Developers, Engineers, Artists and others to work with us on research experiments and independent projects. Get in touch with a Mozilla team member to learn more.
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Mozilla researchers collaborate with peers at universities, non-profit organizations, and tech companies. Visit Papers & Publications to see their recent published work.