I'm new here, so maybe I just haven't found what I'm looking for.

I've had lupus for 6+ years without much photosensitivity. Now, photosensitivity has come on the scene for me. I'm an engineer and I do a lot of work with sensors. So I'd like to measure UVA1, UVA2, and UVB in my indoor and outdoor environment, in realtime, probably using my smartphone to display the data. There are some sun-monitoring "wearables" emerging as new products this year, and a few gadgets that came out last year; I don't know, yet, if they are useful or not. There are commercial "UV filters/shields" for tablets, computer monitors, and light fixtures. I don't know if they are useful or not, but I'm going to check some of those out. I would like to discuss the topic with others as I explore the problem. Anyone interested?

Should "Helpful Technology" be a new forum, or is there already a place for this type of discussion?