Larva Labs is the home for our professional and experimental projects.
We're creative technologists that have worked on almost every kind of software. Examples include large scale web infrastructure, genomics analysis software, 8-bit roleplaying games, an art project on the blockchain covered by the New York Times that Mashable said “could change how we think about digital art,” the largest open source repository of legal documents that we started at an overnight hackathon, an endless driving game that ends badly (there's a VR version too), an app for Android called AppChat that makes a chat room for every app installed on your phone, two different versions of a completely new Android homescreen experience: Slide Screen (2009!) and Flow Home (2014), a motion tracking dance booth on a beach in France, and an app with Google called Androidify that ended up becoming the worldwide face of the Android brand.
As a result of our work we've spoken at a wide range of venues including the MIT Media Lab, Harvard Business School, Stanford Law School, Art|Basel Miami, The Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard, The NY Tech Meetup, and Christie's Auction House in London.
We've also been lucky enough to have long lasting client relationships with some of the best companies in the world like Google and Microsoft. We're very proud of the work we've done with them, some of which may even be on your phone right now.