• Taburet - Mesh XP East USA 2 for X-Plane

    Taburet - Mesh XP East USA 2 for X-Plane

    MeshXP USA East 2 is compiled using 30 m resolution elevation models. We used highly detailed hydrological data to rebuild completely the hydrological scenery to very high details, in short words every lake, river, pond and canal is rendered in the scenery. It can be used on its own or underneath photorealistic scenery.

    Use X-Plane 11 default vectors i.e., roads, landlass, hydrology, data are extracted USGS NHD; each tile is built one by one. This is an XP11 terrain mesh. All MeshXP packages are designed to fit into each over to provide continuous coverage. All MeshXP scenery work in Windows and Mac.

    Requirements: CPU: Intel Core i5 6600K at 3.5 ghz or faster; RAM: 16 GB; VIDEO CARD: DirectX 12-capable video card - 4 GB VRAM; 2.1 GB HD space.

    Purchase Taburet - Mesh XP East USA 2 for X-Plane

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