Can an Arduino control this?

I saw this setup. It has 10 LED strips. Could an Arduino control up to 10 LED strips??

Yeah, but the number of strips is irrelevant. It’s the total number of NeoPixels that count :wink:

The basic kind of Arduino, like Uno or Nano, can control up to around 500 NeoPixels in total, give or take 100 depending how long your script is. More advanced kinds of Arduino can control many thousands, but the problem then becomes how long it takes to update them all. Most NeoPixel LEDs have a fixed update speed per led, so even a faster Arduino can not speed this up if all the LEDs are attached to a single Arduino pin. For very large NeoPixel strips, there exist modules which can update several strips simultaneously.

But if you only what to draw this effect you can cheat and wire some in parallel. Because the right part of the image is just the inverse of the left part. And the bottom part just the inverse of the top. Leaves you with just controlling 1/4th of the leds. But yeah, also leaves you with a more limited display.

To control 10 strips, what methods are used to control them??

Sure, Arduino has its limitations; any idea what kind of controllers are used??

Shanedm1:
To control 10 strips, what methods are used to control them??

Same as for a single strip... Like I said, doesn't matter how many strips you have, it's the number of leds/pixels.

Shanedm1:
Sure, Arduino has its limitations; any idea what kind of controllers are used??

No, could be just a Uno/Nano/Pro Mini. They seem to drive around 600 leds. So like PaulRB said, that's a bit borderline for a Uno/Nano/Pro Mini. But just fine for a Mega/Pro Micro/Teensy/ESP8266/ESP32/STM32 blue pill etc. Only limitation then is the speed at which the pixels can be updated which is, as PaulRB explained, a property of the leds used.