New Tricks Against Bedbugs: Dry Ice Pet Dish, "Bedbug Saunas"
In the professor's test, it attracted about a third of ambient bugs. Not good enough! So how about a bedbug sauna?
Bedbugger reproduces the specs for a "designated heat treatment room to exterminate bed bugs" used by a British Columbia housing development. They've reported on the use of bedbug saunas before, and it seems to help ("I know it works," says a housing administrator, "I've seen them die"), but such a unit can cost thousands of dollars.
Still, it's a good choice for the sort of multiple dwellings in which many New Yorkers live. Maybe some enterprising realtor can include a begbug sauna among the amenities it offers tenants. They certainly need it more than a ballet studio.