I do not think so.
If you look at this link:
Imagine I want to do this to a group, and the scene has several groups each taking different information.
To know what the image will look like, its best to see my example in the first post: Top 5 Pilots
This looks like a static image, but the data is dynamic. Imagine the flip book example but the images, and text, are dynamic each page turn. I could probably achieve this using CSS/JS on each element. I would rather do this to the group.
Looking at the Top 5 example, that only use 3 dynamic elements, 7 more stats need to be added (hence the 10 elements).
Like an image, I can grab the side and enlarge it, and manipulate it, and thus using CSS/JS make it look like a folding image. If I could do this in Motion ( allow it to inject data ) I would use that. Looking at other software similar to Hype they have more ways to manipulate a shape, but I am yet to learn whether or not they can data dynamic data, and then apply a animation.
Again, looking at the Top 5 example, that is using Hype, I am looking at better ways to animate it onto the screen. This is use for Live Streaming during events I host. The events are FPV Drone Racing. So inspiration etc is, how can I make each pilot (and stats) fly onto the screen that makes it look professional. I am not suggesting a page flip is what I am looking for, but with a group of elements, which are then manipulated and looking like 1 image, I could use several libraries to make it do all sorts.
But the group in Hype does not work that way. So what I am looking to do is not really possible.
I have probably better explained myself in this post. But in my defence I don't really know what I am looking to do, just I want to know what I can do to make it look better than it does.