FUSE Labs works in partnership with product and research teams to ideate, develop, and deliver new social, real-time, and media-rich experiences for home and work. FUSE Labs experiences give users new ways to create, connect and collaborate with the people, information and ideas that matter to them.

 

Projects, news, and events
Socl
Socl. Create, collect and share stuff you love.
Herehere NYC
HereHere NYC enables neighborhoods to generate opinions based on public data
Docs for Facebook
Discover, create, and share Microsoft Office documents with your Facebook friends.
Kodu
Kodu lets kids create games on the PC and XBOX via a simple visual programming language.
Research Publications
At FUSE Labs we are dedicated to both basic and applied research exploring social experiences. Learn more!
Whooly
Find out what your neighborhood community is up to, right now.
Newspad
Create meaningful community stories, as a community
Social Computing Symposium
Watch the videos, SCS organized by: Lili Cheng, danah Boyd, Liz Lawley, Clay Shirky, Clive Thompson, Brady Forrest and more…
Recent blog posts
One Login Everywhere We put some finishing touches on our Kodu and Socl integration. Kodu users now...
Last year, Nate Matias, spend the summer at our lab developing and experimenting with NewsPad, a...
I feel the need to be enticed. To see the world through a new lens – one that’s filled with vibrant...
UPDATE: Check out the video of this talk. Next Tuesday, we have Heli Väätäjä from Tampere...
Socl Creativity Goes Mobile - Inside Microsoft Research - Site Home - TechNet Blogs: Inside...
What Can Happen in an Hour of Code? : How do you spark excitement about computer programming among...
FUSE Labs at Microsoft Research is seeking interns for 2014. For these positions, we are looking for...
Last year, Gilad Lotan and I spent some time analyzing the #YoSoy132 protests in Mexico using data...
We’re combining two FUSE projects, Socl and Kodu (better together, like peanut butter and...
Write up by Andrés Monroy-Hernández and Elena Agapie, building on the work of J. Nathan...