West Ham United Football Club have launched a new feature on their website allowing supporters to monitor the conversion of the Olympic Stadium, due to be their new home from the start of the 2016-2017 season.
Working with their partners at the London Legacy Development Corporation, high-resolution time-lapse cameras have been installed to take regular pictures of the work in progress.
Two of the cameras are located in the heart of the Olympic Stadium, providing a close-up look at how the old structure is changing to accommodate the huge cantilevered roof, a new floodlighting system, the innovative retractable seating and their state-of-the-art artificial pitch.
Camera one takes in the view from the South Stand towards the North, while camera two offers a view across the stadium taking in the East Stand, which will offer "kop style" seating.
A third camera is located high up in the ArcelorMittal Orbit, towering above Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the city skyline.
This provides a dramatic bird's eye view of all the work in progress in and around the Stadium.
Visitors to the time-lapse pages on the website of the Premier League club can simply choose one of the camera views, click on any date going back over recent weeks and a short film will automatically be created showing all the progress from that point until the present day.
Hospitality plans for the Stadium are set to be unveiled later this month and the club have confirmed that all season ticket holders will have been contacted by April 2015 with details of their appointment regarding seat selection.
September 2014: Installing roof on London 2012 Olympic Stadium could lead to £15 million increase in conversion costs
July 2014: Leyton Orient end London 2012 Olympic Stadium dispute after settlement reached
February 2014: West Ham find buyer for Upton Park ahead of move to London Olympic Stadium
January 2014: Balfour Beatty unveiled as lead contractor to re-develop London Olympic Stadium
November 2013: Lights out for Olympic Stadium as work on removing iconic structures begins