Light after getting reflected from objects gets focused on retina by our lens. The images formed on retina is small, which is then sensed by our brain and depending on distance we feel size of that object.
If an object is at particular distance from us, the image on retina is not going to be the exact size which we feel by our eyes after sensed by our brain. Our brain predicts size depending on the distance that brain sensed. But why the size we feel by our eyes is same as the size we feel by touch. Like if we see an object we can feel its boundary, and if we touch it and sense the boundary it does not extend or change.
Why the boundary of object we feel by eyes doesn't contradict reality?