Today in the morning I took measurements with the Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensor. The rest of the morning was spent working on the code. For the Shack-Hartmann sensor I need 3 different code parts. One to analyze the the intensity data, the other to measure the position data and the final (and hardest) is one that takes the centroid data, does a bunch of stuff to it to get the displacement data, then uses that to get the wavefront slope data.
At 11 all of the interns took a bike ride to U of R and ate lunch there before coming back to RIT around 1:30. The bike ride was a lot of fun and a good way to interact with the other interns.
After the bike ride I went back to coding and finished the position code and started the slope code.