Those “floaty things” that are usually just off-center when you look at the sky or a blank wall – or the ceiling when you’re really bored in school. I always figured they were bits of dust too small to be irritating. The “holy grail” of floaters – at least for me – was to catch one right in the center of my vision, where I could keep it balanced and stare right at it.
Where were we? Oh yeah – it’s not dust. It’s not even on the outside of your eye. Watch: