Since 1980, quite a number of triangle centers have found their way into journals and books. In one way or another, each center is remarkably simple - enough so that many people, when they first view these centers, wonder how they escaped notice until late in the twentieth century.
Some of them (e.g. Apollonius point, Ajima-Malfatti points, Morley centers) arise from classical configurations. Others were found with the help of visualization software, such as
Here is a clickable list. You will find each center is described, sketched (by |

Exeter Point

Parry Point

Congruent Isoscelizers Point

Yff Center of Congruence

Isoperimetric Point and Equal Detour Point

Ajima-Malfatti Points

Yff-Malfatti Point

Apollonius Point

Morley Centers

Hofstadter Points

Equal Parallelians Point

Clawson Point

Bailey Point

Encyclopedia of Triangle Centers - ETC

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