Last time I checked khan was trying to convert it to a native meter, which could enable using web technology in Rainmeter, as requested by Brian.Yincognito wrote: ↑April 4th, 2022, 9:46 am By the way, why did you say it's incomplete?
The first experimental release, which only lets you set the x, y, h and w. The right click menu is edge context menu instead of Rainmeter, which has been fixed on the meter version (which you can use by compiling Rainmeter from khan's repo).
There are other cons as in it always stays on top without respecting the normal flow of meters, which ofc is Microsoft's fault.
Other than that, yes, it can do everything you can do on the web on your computer. It's literally a browser. You can look for Webview2 to learn more.
The repo: https://github.com/khanhas/PluginWebView
Experimental release: https://github.com/khanhas/PluginWebView/releases/download/v0.1.0/PluginWebView_0.1.0.rmskin
P.S. The current version is capable of doing what you want. In fact, there is a 3D model skin and a 3D visualizer, which ofc burns through my i3