I really doubt it. Near the 100% mark, humidity turns into rain. You would have to keep your room uncomfortably warm and humid, and the moisture would eventually destroy your bed, furniture, clothes, lights and electronics, not to mention cause a lot of water damage to the walls and floor in general. Even if you removed everything from your room that could be damaged by the climate, and you sealed up the walls and floor to take the moisture, humidifying and heating a room of even modest size would take a lot of water and power. There's a reason why not even many experienced growers keep a bical - they are truly untamed beasts. I think it would be great if you found a way to do it, but considering what this species needs for successful growth, I don't think it will be cheap.