Interesting, but I'm skeptical about "selective attention" working for floaters for one basic reason. Our brains evolved and are conditioned to notice "movement" just like every animal that hunts to survive or needs to detect an approaching predator. This is why floaters drive us nuts. If they stayed stationary in our vision they wouldn't be nearly the nuisance that they are. I have been able to sort of tune them out after the first six months, but not to the point where I can stop wearing sun glasses and turn up the computer screen brightness. That only occurred recently when the floaters faded enough to regain much of the visual quality I lost when the floaters first appeared.