The use of enhanced reality has rapidly become part of everyday life. This new technology, which enables the superimposition of virtual elements onto reality, is rapidly gaining in popularity. In the cultural heritage sector and museums, it opens up new options for presenting sites and works of art. It is thus possible to display missing or lost elements, to provide complementary information, and to reconstruct historical scenes and décor in a manner that is at once spectacular, playful and educational. ART GRAPHIQUE ET PATRIMOINE (AGP) uses FARO for exceptional presentations. One example is the enhanced reality replication of the study of Charles V, at the Château de Vincennes, as it was in the 14th century.