It’s not all that simple as it looks. What’s difficult is not so much the setting up of the relations, (although that is a fair bit of work) but getting the camera right, the movements timed well etc. I’ve never used bongo so I can’t tell if an animation like this is manageable. I think your best bet if you don’t yet own anything CG-related apart from Rhino, is to invest your time in Blender. Plenty tutorials to be found. And I think it is very complete if it comes to animation, more than what you probably want/need.
Exporting out of Rhino works quite well through OBJ or fbx, but yes it’s an extra step. The animation I posted above was a step file imported to Rhino, where I modeled the PCB, then exported everything to Modo via OBJ, rigged and animated it in there and rendered it with V-Ray for modo and post processed in After Effects (yes, the one with a supscription).