I wanted to do something equally impossible; gaming. Many video games are "video" after all, and cannot be equally enjoyed by the blind. I wanted to try to convert an old arcade game like Snake or Pong to something that can be felt. I did some research on adaptive technology, and discovered "Refereshable Braille Displays," which convert text into braille, line by line. A modified display, where the dots are arranged in a grid would make it much more versatile in function; it would no longer be limited to letters in sets of six dots.
Regarding the actual building for the project, complete braille displays are unthinkable for this project due to their cost. The only feasible alternative is to build my own displays. The concept is very simple; each dot is a solenoid. If building it were too difficult, I may have to do a different project; perhaps the describing music to the deaf by converting music notes to colors (like the Syneseizure but music -> visual display).