>improving pizza apportionment since time immemorial
>no handle for your slice
Why not make the pizza a different shape in the first place? Ovens are mostly square/rectangle anyway.
This is highly ineffective. Firstly, these curves are much harder to accomplish; either you do it by hand after a lot of training/trial, or you do it with a special press like those used to cut cloth patterns. Secondly and most importantly, these pieces unequally distribute the outer crust.
The current diametric-cuts model is the most effective means for how pizzas are currently made. Some things can't be improved any further, like with the knife, fork and spoon.
It won't stop some twentysomethings doing some gofundme to make a special pizza-cutting press, however. Sad, really. Hope is the child of Father Stupidity and Mother Greed.
At least is Wildburger going to approve of this new model by doing combinatorial geometry in it?
>Firstly, these curves are much harder to accomplish; either you do it by hand after a lot of training/trial
Not difficult, you just do cuts like the first circle, then cut the straight lines inward from a corner until it hits another curve