I have noticed that if I stare straight ahead for ten seconds or so, my collection of floaters appears to disappear. My brain fills in the floater image with non-floater stuff from the other eye. As soon as I move my eyes, the floaters reappear. I'm wondering if anyone has found a sequence of eye exercises that can help the brain better adapt to screening out the floaters. The fact that I can do this at all means maybe I can do more of it, with practice, and I'd like to try. I'd appreciate comments from anyone with leads or experience with this coping method.