BodyLapse is a real-time art project that uses several camera systems to document weight loss and body image through motion and time. The primary focus of the project is the creation of 18 animations over a 6 month period of the subject, Charles Wood, transforming his body through heavy exercise and diet. The animations are built day by day, frame by frame, and use a computer controlled camera to capture the body in motion, over time, changing. The frames captured from this process are added daily to an ever-growing series of animations that document not only Charles' bodily change, but the process itself of creating a visual story. The secondary focus is the creation of visualization tools that help not only in the production of the animations themselves, but create stories in their own regard. By using an iPhone to photograph everything he eats, all the exercise he does, and other experiences surrounding the production of this project, Charles is creating another level of information regarding his cellular phone network in real time, to www.bodylapse.com, where food, exercise, and process information is updated and viewable to anyone with an internet connection. BodyLapse is a human centric artwork that uses many technologies that serve one purpose: to allow one person to visualize his health.