"Floaters" and flashes are a common sight for many people. Floater is a catchall term for the specks, threads, or cobweb-like images that occasionally drift across the line of vision. Flashes are sparks or strands of light that flicker across the visual field. Both are usually harmless. But they can be a warning sign of trouble in the eye, especially when they suddenly appear or become more plentiful. That can be the sign of a tear in the retina, the patch of light-sensitive cells along the…
What Are Floaters and Flashes? - American Academy of Ophthalmology
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Vitreous detachment/ Eye floaters -- These are those dots you see when you blink after staring into the sun or bright light. It's another view on an image that your brain/eye can create. When playing with the projectors, these eye floaters come into play.