The Sega Model 2 is an arcade system board released by Sega in 1993. The Model 2 also introduced the use of texture filtering and texture anti-aliasing. Designed by Sega AM2's Yu Suzuki, he stated that the Model 2's texture mapping chip originated "from military equipment from Lockheed Martin. It cost $2 million to use the chip. It was part of flight-simulation equipment that cost $32 million.
Despite its high pricetag, the Model 2 platform was very successful. It featured some of the highest grossing arcade games of all time.