The Bruegel trail has four parts to it: an immersive experience with different projections of Bruegel’s works; nine interactive stations telling the story and context behind different masterpieces; a room full of Bruegel’s paintings and drawings; and a virtual experience available through Google Cardboard, a virtual reality app giving viewers a 3D learning experience about Bruegel’s works. “This is Bruegel as you’ve never seen him before. This exceptional exhibition allows viewers to discover elements of his paintings that can’t be seen with the naked eye. The technology lets you see the works in ultra-high definition,” explains external communication and relations manager Isabelle Bastaits.