Well, someone deserves the Triforce!
Blind gamer Terry Garrett, otherwise known as MegaTgarrett on YouTube, set off on his lofty goal in defeating The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on an N64 emulator way back in 2011, which I actually reported then.
In place of sight, Terry Garrett uses sound to navigate the game's environments, which is made easier by placing stereo speakers on his chair with audio coming out from both the left and right speakers. (Oh, shush Navi!) Link's sword makes different noises depending on what it strikes, allowing him to figure out the boundaries of dungeons. He also incorporates save-states for trickier sections of the game.
Given his knack for other games like bit.Trip Runner and Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty, which show off his ability for recall, I had every confidence that he would eventually defeat Ocarina of Time, with welcome assistance from his fans and every ounce of patience. Where's the Triforce triangle for that?