There is a some excitement about using an animation platform for web sites. People say it is powerful and fast. So, for employment purposes since I am a software engineer, I have taken the task of learning it. The first thing I looked into is if it can do 3D. It doesn't really, but it fakes it a number of ways by changing scale.
But then I found a youtube instruction of someone who found how to fake it by animation shape and scale of rectangles to simulate looking at a laptop cover opening and closing in a convincing way.
At this point, I should say that I are just starting out learning Blender. I wonder if blender offers some way of translating 3d mesh representations into a 2d platform. If you think of it, all 3d is converted in some way into 2d. And, in reality, 3d is faked in a way in order for us to view it on a computer monitor.
So that you can understand what I mean, here is the video I am talking about thst is showing the web designer fake a 3d object by using 2d objects: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Tl81lwianI&t=721s
And I found this as well showing a 3d cube made by software. If you look at this carefully, you can see what I mean when I say that it is really just a manipulaiton nof 2d polygons -- in this case, quadralaterials (if you remember high school geometry): https://youtu.be/qZypA-syPco