Scour through any recent array of buzzy new Kickstarter campaigns and one is bound to find a handful that quickly surpass the initial budget mark, perhaps much faster than the creators of anticipated. But few, ever, seem to match the impervious immediate success of brothers Matthew and Mark McLachlan and Antsy Labs, the figures behind the simple, new Fidget Cube.

The goal of the Fidget Cube is endearingly simple. Do you fidget at work or at school? Do you have trouble focusing and finding yourself either incessantly clicking pens or shuffling your feet? Well, the eight-sided Fidget Cube offers a multitude of aesthetic releases to cure those impulses. The small design features multiple pen caps for clicking, a ball for rolling, a spin dial, a worry stone that eases stress, and a simple flip switch, among other features. It may seem overly simple, but the science behind Fidget Cube shows that even minimal objects can help curb conditions like ADHD, according to studies.

Roland Rotz and Sarah D. Wright, authors of Fidget To Focus, note "If something we are engaged in is not interesting enough to sustain our focus, the additional sensory-motor input that is mildly stimulating, interesting, or entertaining allows our brains to become fully engaged and allows us to sustain focus on the primary activity in which we are participating."

Surprisingly, despite the initial $15,000 funding goal, Antsy Labs has already raised a jaw-dropping $1.4 million in funding so far with nearly 38,000 backers to date - at a steadily growing rate. The cheap funding options give customers a chance to grab a cube for as little as $14 USD, with expected deliver time beginning in December of this year.

Head over to the Kickstarter campaign to contribute and find out more on the remarkable little creation.