In order to prove our success, each group was assigned to create a movie using the Kodak usb camera they were given in conjunction with iMovie. At the first mentioning of the Mac operating system, it was apparent that I was pretty much the only intern not ready to smash one on sight. But once again, this was an opportunity for everyone to learn something new and be confronted with a challenge. After some trial and error, restarting, switching computers, and discovering of a 2.56gb video recorded on July 1st on our camera, my group began moving along with iMovie. Helen, comfortable with photography and cinematography on PCs, took care of the clipping and editing of the raw video files. The final DVD included our actual findings in realtime, 4x speed clips of us walking and pestering, and a soundtrack starring Mission Impossible, "Pump It" by the Black Eyed Peas, and "Supermassive Black Hole" by Muse.
After departing with the whole group, Toni, Sean and I met with Nina to talk about how tomorrow would work. Unfortunately, Dr. Kerekes was at meetings for the remainder of the day.