MODI aims to empower dancers, choreographers and technicians with further tools for expression, archival and analysis. To achieve these aims, we propose to use different digital techniques and artistic approaches to visualize information from dancers - specifically, physiological and movement information. On body, sensors will be used to retrieve physiological information from the dancers, such as muscular, cardio, and brain wave activity. In space, motion tracking will also capture dancer movement data from multiple perspectives.Dancer information will be visualized and shown to the audience using Mixed Reality techniques - the information will be presented surrounding the dancer, following her/him, and enhancing his/her presence on stage. This visualization will be not only informative, but also artistic, integrating with the overall scenography approach. Sound will also be used to convey dancer information. This information will be accessible after the event via Virtual Reality visualization – for audiences and dance artists.We will develop these solutions with a participatory design perspective: in several events; working with contemporary dance professionals from different countries; with different types of audiences; aiming to achieve more inclusive and internationally applicable results. These solutions will be made available to the dance community, as easy to use open-source software. We will also publish theoretical conclusions.With this project, audiences will be able to feel more empathy with dancers, gaining an increased understanding of their physical state and movement. We aim not only to enhance the experience of existing dance audiences, but also to attract new audiences. The project will also lead to a better understanding and documentation of movement in dance.