@Paulo_DT As @loetzsch said more info would help determine if it is possible.
It is hard to tell exactly what this is created with as there are many different approaches to this kind of content.
Viewing this on mobile is a better experience than desktop so I guess it is targeted at mobile?
The navigation is very prescribed, which could benefit a less tech savvy end user, but is also limiting and Shapespark could offer much more in terms of flexibility in navigation and definitely more opportunity to scale up to more content.
The way the pop up information is presented is much slicker than can be achieved out of the box with Shapespark and therefore to get the same sleek experience you would need to involve a programmer who could work on extending the UI and controlling pop up content either inside or externally to the shapespark scene…
Whether Shapespark is better than this for either this experience or one you have been asked to do, really depends on the need / challenge your client is looking to solve. We always start there and then decide on the right application or approach to solve their need.
I honestly didn’t get the context of why someone would use the experience and there was little in terms of call to action either, so whilst it looked nice not sure what it achieves.