It's a cardboard 12-sided figure (dodecahedron) whose sides are covered with all the Section 508 regulations. That's right -- everything from 1194.21 in Subpart B to 1194.41 in Subpart D! What a value!
Yes, you can. Just send us email requesting a Magic 508 Ball. Then wait a few weeks for delivery. It's that easy. Of course, it gets harder once it's delivered -- there's lots of assembly required.
As people order them, we will think about the questions and answers they submit in the order form. Then we'll change the design and add features accordingly -- user-centered design! We're even looking at an icosahedral (20-sided) design for ease of assembly and improved ballosity.
Unfortunately, it's not a solution to all your accessibility concerns. Or any of them -- yet. We have plans. But right now you can't ask it any questions. Actually you can, but it can't give you any answers. And you can't rotate the sides to solve some sort of puzzle. It's really pretty free of features. But some people are finding Section 508 frustrating to work on, and people under such stress may feel the need for a physical outlet. Remember, your Magic 508 Ball is made of flimsy, highly flammable cardboard, and it's only as robust as the glue, tape, or staples you used to assemble it.
You might want to remember that Inclusive Technologies offers the most comprehensive and expert services on all accessibility issues.