I loved your description of what a “spatial software” version of the Bible might look like. It painted a vivid picture in my head I wanted to share; even though I think it is much different from what you were actually proposing.
I pictured a grand library built with lofty curved ceilings and beautiful stained glass windows. The floor is wide and very very long; it is marble with the text of the bible edged into the stone. Along the sides of this hall are tall bookshelves with books filled with the wisdom of the saints throughout history; each shelf containing books, excerpts, commentaries and sermons which illuminate the nearby scripture. At the end of each bookshelf is a large marble pillar supporting the roof with many other scriptures engraved upon it which reference or shadow the scripture on the floor. Small placards to the side note the chapter and verse numbers as well as any footnotes. Within the hall are Christians standing on and immersing themselves in the word of God. They are either quietly reflecting or are discussing the nearby text with someone close by. Sometimes someone will get up and preach on or explain a text. Those surrounding them can encourage them louder or hush them quieter so more or less people can hear them. Those who wish to read that text in silence or join a different discussion can move through the bookshelves to another identical grand hall running in parallel. The library contains as many of these grand halls as needed for those who are within at any given time. The stain glass, artwork, texts, engravings, signs, architecture, etc all referencing and pointing to the central scripture running along the floor; adding awe to the viewer for the fullness of God’s providence and wisdom as well as the witness of the Church through all time and all places and all languages.