Not with CSS on its own, but you can pull a similar effect off with Canvas and the StackBlurforCanvas library. See this
UPDATE: Looks like
backdrop-filter was recently introduced to Webkit nightly, so eventually we’ll be able to do this with CSS only. Yay!
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