Given a triangle ABC with an inscribed circle with a center O:
we create three triangles from an inscribed circle, $\triangle OA_1B_1$, $\triangle OB_1C_1$, $\triangle OC_1A_1$. Then, we define three points $O_1, O_2, O_3$ which are the centers of the circles that circumscribe around $\triangle OB_1C_1$, $\triangle OC_1A_1$, $\triangle OA_1B_1$ respectively.
We aim to find the area of $\triangle O_1O_2O_3$, given that the area of $\triangle ABC$ is 24.
I thought $\triangle O_1O_2O_3$ would perhaps be the equilateral triangle that inscribes the circle $O$, as $\angle A_1OB_1$, $\angle B_1OC_1$, $\angle C_1OA_1$ would be obtuse, I cannot either back my assumption up or derive a meaningful result from my proposition.
Any insights on finding the area of the desired triangle would be helpful.