Does anyone know of any bitmap-based 8080/8085 (or, failing that, Z80) computers?
Background: In the late 70s and early 80s, there were a few hobby computers with bitmapped displays. For example, the 1802-based (with the 1864 "Pixie" video chip) COSMAC VIP, ETI-660 and ACE VDU computers, and the 6800-based DREAM. Probably others as well. These computers had a bitmap in VRAM, 64x32 or 64x48 pixels, which was sent to display via DMA. (Usually they also had a hexadecimal keypad, like trainer kits.)
The contemporary 8080 was, as I can gather, mostly used for text, probably because of CP/M. 8080-based arcade cabinets (like Space Invaders) used bitmaps, of course.
But were there any 8080-based hobby microcomputers that used a bitmap display, in the vein of the COSMAC VIP?