Sure, happy to be a part of this concept. The potential to create a more welcoming, smooth transition into a new job is already there. Presenting the information in that delicate manner while getting a true response is tricky. I'll keep thinking on this. Thanks for inviting me to the team!
Very interesting idea Bob! The thought of using the visual continuum as means of gauging a freshly hired employee's comfort zone is a nice and simple way to approach a potentially awkward conversation, one that may not give accurate results if asked verbally.
To muddy the waters with a hot topic these days, I wonder how the individual's view on gender in the workplace, and maybe in general, will factor into their response to the visuals they see. The implications may be much more obvious, but having a trio of images (men interacting with men, women with women, men with women) would be an interesting addition to any future testing you plan on.
Looking forward to seeing how this develops. Happy innovating!