That concept has been taken to its logical conclusion with a new Kickstarter project for the so-called “Fidget Cube,” an all-in-one solution that allows fidget-afflicted users to click, roll, flip, glide, spin and any number of other fiddly verbs to their heart’s content.
Related: Awesome tech you can’t buy yet — solar tents, growing furniture, a beer pong bot “We came up with the idea for Fidget Cube about four years ago, when we realized that we both have a hard time sitting still and staying focused while working on projects,” Fidget Cube co-creator Mark McLachlan, who works alongside brother Matthew, told Digital Trends.
Fortunately, it seems that Mark and Matthew aren’t alone in their desire to see the Fidget Cube become a reality — with the funding target of $15,000 already being obliterated to the tune of $192,650.
“We believe the reason this project is resonating so widely with individuals is because of the numerous applications it has.
We’ve received countless messages from executives, teachers who plan to use Fidget Cube with their students, people who have ADHD and see this as a beneficial tool, and medical professionals who have expressed the belief that Fidget Cube will help with the rehabilitation of patients.” Whether or not the Fidget Cube is truly set to become the next great teaching or rehab tool remains to be seen, but if you want to get one for yourself you can secure a Fidget Cube for the low price of just $19.