Processor Technology's VDM-1 (Video Display Module) S-100 bus video card. The output is a composite monochrome (B) video signal. I typically ran a serial CRT display terminal with my S-100 CP/M system, and added one of in my Xitan Alpha S-100 system to get an additional video display (a small 9" Electrohome B CRT monitor).
KIM-1 by MOS Technologies (later Commodore Business Machines). My former boss Bob got one of these from a microprocessor course. The KIM-1 "system" (mounted in a plastic open sided "case") with a cassette tape & manual, are now in my possession. I'll have to power it up to see if it still works (one day...)