What do you call these white floaters in your vision?

Floaters. Floaters are small vitreous opacities that arise when the vitreous gel inside the eye liquefies naturally with age. This may occur due to aging, trauma, inflammation, or even high myopia. The floaters may consist of protein precipitates. Though the vitreous gel inside the eye is clear, it is composed of a complex matrix of collagen proteins that undergo changes with age. These are floaters.
Vitreous changes. Any type of floater can be caused by changes in your vitreous, vitreous detachments, retinal tears, or retinal detachment. You should go in and havea full eye exam including a dilated fundus exam by an ophthalmologist.