Suggestion, right-click the video once playing to "loop" it to experience the video properly.
Exploring the world of 3D production, I stumbled upon the style of Low Poly, for low polygons, the number of sides used in a 3D object. The higher the detail the more sides are required, while in this project we used a lower number to create this lower fidelity diagram.
The plan started out with a sketch concept of a person bathing in a coffee cup, while holding a coffee cup filled up with coffee, that we'd like to assume was also from the same coffee tub. After the sketch came the 3D modeling using Blender, creating shapes and working with lighting and animation.
The turntable diagram turned into a short animation that has a perfect loop if you are to set the video to a "loop".
For this projects, I had used a mixture of applications like Blender to create the 3D scene, and then from the Adobe Creative cloud I used Photoshop to create the stop motion with the pictures I took of each frame from Blender.