The website will explore areas of the city, like Castle Park, in 3D
A century of change in Bristol will come to life on the internet as a community project unfolds this summer.
A Time Traveller's Guide to Bristol will use audio, photographs and film to create a record of how parts of the city have been transformed.
The project focuses on Redcliffe Hill, Broadmead, Park Street, the Harbour, Castle Park and Stokes Croft.
It is being created by the University of the West of England (UWE) and Bristol production firm Arthur Cox.
Hilary Light, who is managing the project, said the team was still on the hunt for film and photos.
"It's a great opportunity for students and Bristolians to get involved in their local history and we urgently need donations of photographs from the 70s, 80s, 90s and today."
If you think you've got something suitable you can
email it to Hilary at Arthur Cox.
A Time Traveller's Guide to Bristol will be launched this summer with a free website and iPhone/iPod Touch app. There will also be opportunities to see some of the archive films at screenings in the city.
The project is being funded via South West Screen and Arts Council England.
Many local organisations are involved. including Bristol Museums, Galleries and Archives & Bristol Record Office, the ss Great Britain Trust, Destination Bristol and UWE.
The BBC is also contributing archive and support material.