The Fidget Cube is a small hand-held device designed by Matthew and Mark McLachlan, brothers and co-founders of the Colorado-based design studio Antsy Labs. It has sensory tools on all sides: a switch, gears, a rolling metallic ball, a small video game,a small plastic joystick, a spinning disk, a worry stone, and seven buttons.
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