Overlayed.net came about when the old Graphics PC was wiped to become the new clock server, and in the process of this the old VB6 software was lost. This was taken as an oportunity to write a new version in C# by Michael Cullen and in the process learn some C#.
The software works, and is complete in itself (the latest version in SVN has a few more useful features than the installer on the server has)
Future possibilities include a network socket interface allowing the software to be controlled remotely. This would make more of it's features available (such as setting keying level, which is possible on the device but much easier in the software. Doing this would, however, require a much more extensively event driven interface to the software.