You can do something like this already, just by using scenes. In the webflow page you link to they give you the clues to the geometry but you’ll have to enter it manually for each layer in Hype. Here’s an exampleL 3d effect 2.hype.zip (22.1 KB)
Another example of “real 3D space” attached - created by an app called Canoma (really old link - but still descriptive) that came out in 1999 and used photogrammetry to create photorealistic 3D environments. It was way ahead of its time - and such a delight to use (like Hype). Bought from its original owners (MetaCreations) & buried by Adobe (“Atmospheres”).
What is interesting about this demo is it used one of Vermeer’s paintings (called “the Music Lesson”) as its basis. Vermeer is believed to have used a camera obscura to set the geometry of his works which makes it a viable image to create a 3D fly around - into a room that existed over 350 years ago.
Perhaps version 5 of Hype might offer a similar ability to create graphic “immersive” environments?