A holter monitor is an at-home extended heart monitoring device for those with heart disease. They have five specifically placed electrodes that gather data about heart function from all angles. Typical holters require a doctor visits for both the installment and analysis, are adhered directly to the skin with conductive gel that can't get wet, a battery that only lasts 72 hours.
HolterHub is a new holter monitor system that allows patients to take control of their health without constant doctor visits. This system utilizes textile electrodes that can be machine washed, a rechargeable battery which extends it's wear time, and smartphone connectivity to allow users to access and interact with their personal health information.