Jizen Trains Users to Control Body Language in Interviews

By: Simal Yilmaz - Published: Mar 18, 2013 • References: openspace3d & springwise
Jizen is a virtual tool that helps job candidates prepare for their job interviews. The tool uses OpenSpace3D technology to detect a user's facial expression, heart rate and breathing with a webcam and a number of sensors.

The main aim of the tool is to help candidates control and be conscious of their body language. Although I am unsure of how useful it is for everyone to be hyper-conscious of their body language in interviews, the practice certainly makes sense for people who get overly nervous when put on the spot.

The more they get used to being in front of interviewers and being faced with unexpected questions, the more they can observe what parts of the interview they can work on and how to they can do so. Stats for Virtual Interview Preparation Tools Trending: Older & Chilly
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