Many people who have acquired nystagmus experience oscillopsia from time to time. This is where they see a moving image of the world around them, rather than a still one. People with congenital nystagmus can also, occasionally, see objects moving around when they are not.
A new article, published online by Medical News Today, details some of the causes of oscillopsia, including, of course, nystagmus. It also details the diagnostic testing which can be carried out by the ophthalmologist when investigating the cause, describes the symptoms and mentions a few treatments which may be appropriate.
There is, sadly, no amazing new therapy to try, but the article does provide a useful summary.