I would like to use Blender 3D as a presentation tool like PowerPoint or LibreOffice Impress.
I have a PowerPoint presentation that has large amount of animation involved, which are almost out of control for further editing. And repetition is all over the place, that is, if I want to change the location of some diagrams, I have to update other slides so that objects align across all slides.
If I can reconstruct my presentation in Blender 3D (which slide corresponding to a scene with as much linked-objects as possible), I will be able to kiss goodbye to PowerPoint and move on with Blender 3D.
Unfortunately, I have some concerns in terms of practicality:
Seems like Blender 3D suits better for artistic artwork, and not so much for 3D vector graphics or preparing diagrams. For instance, here is a video illustrating how to connect two objects with a line in LibreOffice Impress.
When I move the objects, the line updates itself automatically. I want to find a solution (constraints, modifiers, vertex groups, curves, drivers, implementing my own solution with the Python API, etc.) but could not find any.