In my universe, the laws of physics are exactly the same, except we've figured out how to create an Alcubierre drive (we discovered how to create negative energy density, how is done through handwaving.) So, with that assumption, what would you actually see while traveling in a warp bubble like the one described by Alcubierre. I came to the conclusion that it would depend on where you were looking. Directly behind you, you would see absolutely nothing. Light would not be able to reach your eyes from any place outside of the bubble behind you. Directly in front of you, you'd see stars whipping by you, but you'd actually be seeing the far infrared, as they'd be blue-shifted. If the ship is traveling at 3000x the speed of light, light in the 100GHz range would be blue-shifted into the 300THz visible range. To the side of you, you'd see a gradient from heavily blue-shifted stars to heavily redshifted, fading to blackness as you get closer to perpendicular to direction of motion.