Floaters are known as little black dots or specks in your vision. They can sometimes move when you move your eyes to look at them. They tend to drift when your eyes stop moving. They typically become unnoticed and more numerous. Floaters can start when the vitreous fluid turns in to a more aqueous solution. These floaters can also happen when the vitreous fluid pulls the fine fibers away from the retina in bunches instead of gradually.