Tony Stark's Glasses are sunglasses designed by Tony Stark and operated as a portable supercomputer. They enable the user to interact with both artificial intelligence interfaces such as F.R.I.D.A.Y. and E.D.I.T.H.
Sunglasses, designed by Tony Stark, provided him with constant access to F.R.I.D.A.Y. and his Iron Man Armors. As he was informed that Peter Parker was in danger, Stark used his glasses to enable Mark XLVII Armor and sent it to save him.
Suggesting that he could die soon, Stark programmed E.D.I.T.H. which provided any user with access to Stark Industries databases and satellite system. Stark implemented E.D.I.T.H. into the glasses and left it to be found Nick Fury, asking him to find a worthy person to use it. In the wake of Battle of Earth and Stark's death, Fury found the glasses and decided to give it to Parker.
Retreating to the Skrull flagship, Fury handed the glasses to Talos, asking him to hand it to Parker. Talos, disguised as Fury, gave the glasses to Parker who wore it and E.D.I.T.H. enabled the access to Stark Industries assets. Asking E.D.I.T.H. about its capabilities, Parker accidently conducted the airstrike on Brad Davis. Parker rushed to cancel the strike, however, the glasses were stolen by Flash Thompson who wore it, so Parker had to knock Thompson out and retrieved the glasses. Parker was too later, so he had to destroy the combat drone by himself.
Feeling unworthy of wearing the glasses, Parker bequeathed them to Quentin Beck and ordered E.D.I.T.H. to grant Beck permission to use it. With newfound access to all of Stark's combat drones, Beck increased the scale of his illusions and combined them into the Elemental Fusion that he staged in London. During the Battle of London, Beck used all of his combat drones against Parker and his friends, but Parker dismantled the illusions, confiscated the glasses from him, and disabled all of the drones.
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- In an early trailer for Avengers: Infinity War, the glasses were shown deconstructing into nanites as Tony Stark activated his Mark L armor during the Attack on Greenwich Village. However, this was later cut from the film.