ELI5: Explain Like I'm 5

guided vector field

Guided vector fields are like roads on a map. They help you figure out which way to go. Imagine a map of a big city. All of the roads on the map are like the vectors. They all point in different directions and you need to figure out which way to go to get from one place to another. That's where the guided vector field comes in. It's like a map legend that tells you which way to go on each road. That way, you can find your way around the city even if you don't know where you are going.